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(KSL News) A Murray man accused of murdering the brother of his ex-girlfriend reportedly celebrated just moments after committing the crime.
The Deseret News reports that during a preliminary hearing yesterday, a witness claimed Nazir Rahimi flexed and kissed his biceps moments after stabbing 19-year-old Farhad Mullahkhel in April.
The stabbing happened during a fight outside of Rahimi's home. The victim had gone there to retrieve his sister's cell phone.
Rahimi will go to trial on a count of first-degree murder.