FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Jury selection begins in the trial
of a man accused of killing a Fort Lauderdale woman by dragging her
for miles under a minivan.
Authorities say Abdelaziz Bilal Hamze fled Florida and boarded a
plane at New York's Kennedy International Airport bound for Athens,
Greece, a day after the June 2007 death of Sandra Hall.
Authorities say Hall - a mother of two - was killed after she
jumped on the hood of Hamze's minivan, fell and got caught on the
undercarriage of his vehicle.
The incident happened after a confrontation at a stoplight.
Hamze has said he was fearful of Hall because she aggressively
accosted him at the light.
Hamze is charged with second-degree murder and faces the
possibility of life in prison.
Jury selection begins Monday.
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