Death Penalty Was Issued On The Criminals Of The South Lebanon Ansar Murders


The Acting First Investigative Judge in Beirut, Charbel Abou Samra, has now issued his presumptive decision in the Al Ansar murders that occurred in March of this year.

The victims, a mother and her 3 daughters, went missing in early March and were found 25 days later by the Lebanese security services, killed and buried in a citrus orchard between the towns of Ansar and Al-Zararia.

The investigations led to the arrest of a Lebanese man, Hussein Fayyad, who confessed to having kidnaped the family with the help of his Syrian accomplice, Hassan Al Ghanash.

Based on Article 549 of the Penal Code, Judge Abou Samra has now issued a death sentence against Fayyad and Al Ghanash for the killing of Basma Abbas, and her daughters Manal (16), Tala (20), and Rima (22).

Related: Mother And Her Three Daughters Were Found Murdered In South Lebanon.

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