Relatives carry the coffin of Mohammad Abou Diab, a bodyguard of the former Lebanese minister Wiam Wahhab, during his funeral in the village of Jahilieh, in Mount Lebanon, Dec. 2, 2018. (AFP/Mustafa Jamaleddine)
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Pro-Syria politician Wiam Wahhab Saturday decried a military prosecutor's finding that the Internal Security Forces were not responsible for the death of his body guard last year.Abou Diab had died after being shot when supporters of the Druze politician had opened fire on personnel from the Information Branch who had gone to Wahhab's home in December to bring Wahhab in for questioning over disparaging comments he had made about Prime Minister Saad Hariri and his late father, Rafik Hariri.
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