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Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea and LBCI chair Pierre Daher squared off in court Friday as their yearslong battle over control of the TV station came to a crescendo.Daher and Geagea have been locked for years in a legal battle regarding the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International.After Syrian forces were ousted from the country in 2005, Geagea was granted a pardon.Upon his release, he demanded that the ownership of LBCI be returned to the LF, but Daher refused. Geagea then filed a lawsuit against Daher seeking to restore his party's ownership of the channel. Daher insists that in 1992, he had founded LBCI and bought LBC, settling the station's debts as part of an agreement with Geagea.
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