Years of race insults preceded slaying of Lebanese neighbor

When an Oklahoma man befriended his Lebanese neighbors, his husband lashed out at the family, hurling epithets and at one point allegedly running over the mother with a car.

The conflict in Tulsa went on for years until a week ago. That's when, authorities say, Stanley Majors shot and killed Khalid Jabara, whom his husband had come to think of as a kind of apprentice.

The case received a brief mention in the presidential campaign from Hillary Clinton, who shared a Facebook post Thursday from the Jabara family and urged the country to unite "to ensure that no other family loses a beloved son or daughter because of prejudice and bigotry."

Stephen Schmauss says he trained the 37-year-old Jabara to use power tools and to take apart computer circuitry.