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The trial of four men suspected of being behind a plot to assassinate MP Walid Jumblatt began before a military court Wednesday. The four suspects are Youssef Munir Fakher, widely known as "Cowboy," Mohanad Mousa, Mahmoud Awad and Naji al-Najjar, however Fakher was the only one to appear in court Wednesday. The court alleges that Awad and Fakher were in charge of preparing the assassination plot, while "Cowboy" and Awad were also alleged to have been supplying arms and support for Druze communities in Syria.
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