Bashir Gemayel with his father Pierre. (Wikipedia)
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Protesters rallied outside Beirut's Justice Palace as the court prepared for the second session of the trial investigating the 1982 bombing that killed President Bachir Gemayel and 32 others.During the opening proceedings in November, Fahed had demanded that Shartouni turn himself in within 24 hours.Shartouni is currently believed to be living in Syria.A member of the SSNP, Shartouni was charged with the assassination at the time; however, he never stood trial once the case was transferred to the Judicial Council.
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