Head of the Arab Democratic Party Ali Eid.
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The trial of suspects in last summer's twin car bombings in Tripoli drew closer Wednesday as Lebanon's military prosecutor recommended indicting 21 individuals, members of a network that allegedly planned, executed and facilitated the attack.Military prosecutor Saqr Saqr issued a legal opinion demanding the indictment of the 21 individuals. Saqr's conclusions have been referred to Military Investigative Judge Riad Abu Ghayda.Abu Ghayda now has to study Saqr's recommendation and issue an indictment, which will pave the way for a public military trial.Saqr recommended charging four individuals, including Eid, with helping fugitives flee from justice.Saqr also asked that Hashem Minqara, a Tripoli-based preacher, be indicted for failing to warn the authorities about the attack.
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