“My physical and mental health were unraveling.”
Muhammed Murib is behaving just like Muslims behave toward non-Muslims and women who get out of line in Muslim countries. This is what Obama has brought to America.
“‘I’m still scared of him’: TV anchor quits after getting death threats from accused fraudster who she exposed on camera,” Dailymail.com, November 28, 2016 (thanks to Robert):
An award-winning reporter quit her job at a Denver TV station after being warned of death threats allegedly from a businessman she covered in a story.
Heidi Hemmat, an investigative reporter at KDVR Fox 31, penned a post on her website on Thursday confirming details of her departure from the news station saying she felt her life was in danger.
Hemmat, who has won six Emmy awards, claims to have received ‘downright terrifying’ threats from a businessman she investigated at length in 2015 over his alleged dumping of customers’ documents.
During a four-part investigative story for KDVR, Hemmat literally went dumpster diving to retrieve some of the receipts the owner had allegedly thrown away.
‘We’re looking at all the receipts you threw away,’ she told the business owner when he confronted her and threatened to call the sheriff.
‘You probably should. They asked you not to throw these receipts away,’ she hit back.
Hemmat’s story also covered that the business owner was accused of fraud.
‘I worked very hard to expose this guy – and in the end, I paid a very high price. There’s a reason why I’m not saying his name – it’s because I’m still scared of him,’ Hemmat wrote on her website.
‘Shortly after he learned about the charges against him, that were a direct result of me, I got a call from his psychiatrist.
‘She told me he was ‘homicidal’ and was planning to kill me. The psychiatrist thought the threat was so credible, she broke HPPA laws (the laws that protect medical records of psychos, such as the theater shooter – James Holmes) to warn me.’
The mother of two said her employer KDVR initially paid for undercover Denver police officers to be stationed at her home but then expressed concern over how much it was costing and removed the personal security.
According to her news report, the man was Muhammed Murib and he was eventually ordered to close his AAAA TV Electronics Repair and Vacuum business.
Hemmat penned a post on her website on Thanksgiving Day detailing her departure. She said since leaving the station she has spent more time with her two children and husband
Hemmat alleges her employer expected her to cover the ongoing consumer fraud case against Murib over the following six months despite the reporter ‘fearing for life’.
‘I knew I couldn’t keep ambushing people who did bad things to other people. Society has changed. People have changed. My physical and mental health were unraveling,’ she wrote….