Board says DC9 will remain closed
The D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration has denied a motion to reopen DC9, TBD.com reports.
The club was closed after Ali Ahmed Mohammed died outside the club last month after he allegedly threw a brick through the window.
Five employees of the club were initially charged with beating the Mohammed to death, but prosecutors dropped charges two weeks ago against the men saying evidence did not support the case.
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