The Dallas District Attorney's office will seek the death penalty for Naim Rasool Muhammad after he allegedly drowned his two children in August.
Muhammad, 32, was arrested by Dallas police in August after he reportedly kidnapped and drowned his two young sons, Elijah,3, and Naim, 5. The Dallas Grand Jury indicted Muhammad for two counts of Capital Murder of a Child Under 6 on September 7, 2011.
Muhammad’s defense attorneys, Paul Johnson and Mark Watson, have been notified of
the State’s intent to seek the death penalty. Muhammad is currently in custody in the Lew
Sterrett Justice Center awaiting trial. The case will be tried by Administrative Chief Tammy