Due to multiple delayed investigations, such as the now-infamous Beirut’s blast probe, Slim‘s family expressed little trust that a local investigation would result in answers as to who had assassinated him and why.
“I really want to find out. I want to know why. I want to know who and I want an international investigation,” she said, sharing with the media outlet that she is currently working on that with lawyers, and, as a German citizen, she might also push for a probe in Germany.
In response to the multiple fingers pointing at Hezbollah, the Iran-backed party denounced the killing, charging that it is being “exploited politically and by the media.”
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