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In an emotional appearance, the parents of the late Mohammad Darwish – a personal bodyguard and driver to the assassinated former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri – attended the Special Tribunal for Lebanon to represent their son Wednesday. Darwish, who was 24 years old on Feb. 14, 2005, was on the phone with his older sister – a close sibling whom the family better described as a friend. Peter Haynes, lead legal representative of victims at the STL, detailed the consequences of Darwish's death on his immediate family. The late bodyguard was described as the "main breadwinner" for his parents, two sisters and brother.Behind Haynes, Darwish's tearful parents watched, speaking only when questioned by the judges of the Trial Chamber at the conclusion of the reading.
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