Sep 12 2018 - 05:56

STL resumes closing arguments in Hariri’s case

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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon resumed for the second day the closing arguments in the case of assassinating former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.
The prosecution claims that evidences prove that the designated phones were used for the purpose of preparing and carrying out the attack and that the users of these phones are the ones accused of the assassination.
Yesterday, the final closing arguments kicked off at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon in The Hague, in the presence of Prime Minister-Saad Hariri and his accompanying delegation.
The public prosecution presented more than 3 thousands evidence to convict the killers of Rafiq Hariri, stressing that the attack of February 14, 2005, was implemented as a part of a complicated, multidimensional mission that would only be the result of some plot.
The prosecution noted that “Badreddine was a top official in Hezbollah, and when he was killed he was praised in Beirut, Damascus and Tehran,” pointing out that Bdreddine’s military expertise allowed him to lead the party’s military forces in Syria and this expertise was translated in the planning and implementation of Hariri’s assassination.
The prosecution also declared that Mustafa Badreddine is the mastermind and the supervisor of the assassination, adding that Salim Ayash led the 6-person unit that assassinated Hariri.
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