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Adam Thomas reporting We're learning more about the case against the man accused of murdering a little girl in South Salt Lake.
Court documents and photos examined by The Salt Lake Tribune say suspect Esar Met had injuries that could have been the result of 7-year-old murder victim Hser Nay Moo fighting back.
Abrasions were found on his shoulder, chest, back and legs. Moo was found clutching what looks to be Met's hair in her right hand, and his blood was found in the apartment where the girl's body was found.