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After the intentional murder of Nancy Ajram’s husband, Fadi Al-Hashem, was charged in the case known in the media as the Nancy Ajram Villa case, the lawyer of the dead man, Muhammad Al-Mousa, revealed a new surprise that may turn the course of the case again.
Jamal al-Ghaith, the deceased’s agent, Muhammad al-Musa, said in his televised statements with the journalist Wael Al-Ibrashi, that the judge in Lebanon issued his decision against the husband of the artist Nancy Ajram, and considered that the killing was deliberate.
Al-Ghaith surprised the audience with his statement in which he said that all evidence had been hidden at the crime scene, and that the killing was not in self-defense because there was a previous relationship between the killer and the victim.
Al-Ghaith added that the court charged the intentional killing, not intentional, without revealing the details of legitimate self-defense, which has specific conditions, pointing out that the last period, as a result of the lack of cooperation of the concerned authorities, according to him, the defense was unable to present a warrant, saying : “Pursuant to the circumstances surrounding the case, the lack of cooperation of the concerned authorities, as well as the Corona crisis, we were not able to thoroughly investigate the existence of a relationship between the victim and the artist’s wife,” adding that after the decision is transferred to the Criminal Court, there will be an opportunity for the defense team to present his memo.
The details of the case date back to January 5, when Dr. Fadi Al-Hashem, husband of artist Nancy Ajram, fired 17 bullets at Mohammed Al-Mousa, who stormed his residence.
And Musa had infiltrated the villa of the artist Nancy Ajram in the town of “New Suhaila”, masked and armed with a pistol, and Musa arrived in the bedroom of Al-Hashem’s children, and threatened to kill him and his family if he did not guide him to the treasury of money and jewelry, so Al-Hashem rushed to bring his pistol and shot and killed the attacker With gunshots.
The first investigating judge in Lebanon, Nicolas Mansour, had issued his decision during the past hours towards Dr. Fadi Al-Hashem, the husband of the artist Nancy Ajram, in the case of a person breaking into their house in New Suhaila in Lebanon with the aim of theft, last January.
The Lebanese National News Agency indicated that the actions of Nancy Ajram’s husband apply to the crime of intentional murder, which is stipulated in Article 547 of the Penal Code, which provides for hard labor for up to 20 years, but the investigating judge favored this crime on Article 228 of the Penal Code.
Article 228 of the Penal Code exempts the perpetrator from punishment if the crime occurred in the context of legitimate self-defense. The judge referred the accused to the Criminal Court in Mount Lebanon for trial.
The content of the decision confirmed that Al-Hashem was in a state of great emotion as a result of his fear for his family, provided that he would return to the court to rule on this point, and the decision was referred to the Indictment Division in Mount Lebanon.
On February 13, the lawyer, Rehab Al-Bitar, Al-Mousa’s lawyer, submitted a request to re-autopsy the body of Muhammad Al-Musa, saying, via Twitter, “We have submitted a request to form a committee of forensic doctors to restore medical expertise, and Judge Mansour agreed to her request.”
Lawyer Rehab’s last disclosure about Al-Musa’s case was the result of the medical report issued after the autopsy of Muhammad Al-Musa a few days ago, where she said that the death was a result of bleeding and laceration caused by multiple fire goals, while no further details were revealed.