Disclosure of a new scandal in the Fakhouri customer file

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In a statement, the Prisoners and Editors ’Committee announced a“ new scandal in the client’s file, Amer Al-Fakhoury, ”and confirmed that“ the freed prisoners ’cases are all pending before the investigating judge in Beirut, Judge Bilal Halawi, and they were joined by some after we submitted all the required documents and notes. They were duly affixed by an Israeli agent who escaped from justice Amer Al-Fakhouri. ”

The statement added: “Because he was not present, he was duly tried and the file was referred to the Public Appeal Prosecution in Beirut to give an opinion on the issue of the absent arrest. The public prosecutor’s deadline to give the non-binding opinion is 24 hours. A full week has passed and the Public Prosecution is still holding the file without legal justification preventing the investigating judge. It is possible to issue an arrest warrant in absentia for Al-Fakhouri. ”

He concluded: “This file will be the subject of a media investigation and by names, because we are tired of negligence, collusion and cowardice. And the point is line.”

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