Former MP Hasan Yaacoub speaks during an interview with The Daily Star in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Mount Lebanon's Accusatory Body Thursday rejected a decision to release former MP Hasan Yaacoub on bail, who is accused of being involved in the kidnapping of Hannibal Gadhafi.A source told The Daily Star that the head of the body Judge Elias Eid cancelled a decision last week by Mount Lebanon's Investigative Magistrate Peter Germanos granting Yaacoub and two of his bodyguard's release. The Yaacoub family blames the late Gadhafi for the 1978 disappearance of their father, Sheikh Mohammad Yaacoub, who was accompanying Shiite Imam Musa Sadr during an official visit to Libya. However, they have continuously denied any involvement in the kidnapping of Hannibal.
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