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Mount Lebanon Investigative Judge Peter Germanos indicted 22 Lebanese and Syrian nationals for establishing the human trafficking network Wednesday, uncovering the harrowing details behind the operations of Lebanon's largest sexual slavery network to date. Germanos also indicted the network's leader Syrian national Imad Rihawi, who remains on the run. "The crime's clues have been uncovered on March 26 when the chief of Mount Lebanon Intelligence Unit 1st Lt. Samer Sleiman that girls fled Jounieh to the Beirut southern suburbs after they were held at a night club for a long period and forced into prostitution," the indictment read.Ten of the victims provided their testimony against their aggressors.
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