South Prosecutor Meets Security Chiefs over Lokman Slim's Case


The attorney general of the South, Judge Rahif Ramadan, held a broad meeting Thursday to follow up on the investigations into the killing of prominent activist and researcher Lokman Slim.

The meeting, at Ramadan’s office at Sidon’s Justice Palace, was attended by the heads of the security and military agencies in the South.

The conferees “stressed the need to continue the investigations and for full coordination among the security agencies in order to unveil the perpetrators,” state-run National News Agency said.

The meeting was attended by the head of military intelligence in the South Col. Suheil Harb, head of the Internal Security Forces Intelligence Branch in the South Col. Zaher Assi, head of the ISF in the South Brig. Gen. Ghassan Shamseddine, his assistant Col. Hussein Osseiran, head of State Security in the South Col. Fadi Karanouh, head of General Security in the South Col. Ali Hoteit, Jwayya police station chief Capt. Ahmed Khreis and Nabatiyeh police station chief Maj. Hassan Hammoud.

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Missing un520 12 February 2021, 12:54

All they got out of it was a cup of coffee...

Missing cedars 12 February 2021, 13:56

Did they all wear masks? There is a new virus called corona that each will have to quarantine for two weeks times the number of attendees. That's 9x2=5 months then the judge will request hearing, at which point it will be rejected by the parliament, then they will change the judge. And so on