Sa'ad Hariri: Nasrallah won't change the indictment

July 13, 2011 10:58


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The leader of the Lebanese opposition, Sa'ad Hariri, said of Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah on Wednesday, "Even if he has 300 press conferences he won't succeed in changing the draft of the indictment in the case of my father's murder."

Hariri continued, "When they claim that the international court is Israeli, they are deceiving the public."

The International Criminal Court in the Hague's Special Tribunal on Lebanon (STL) recently released its indictment into the assassination of the late former Lebanese prime minister, Rafik Hariri, accusing several high ranking Hezbollah officials of the murder.

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