Bashir Gemayel with his father Pierre. (Wikipedia)
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Lebanon's highest court Friday ordered fugitive Habib Shartouni to turn himself in within 24 hours, as the trial investigating the 1982 bombing that killed President Bachir Gemayel and 32 others was opened.Bachir's son and MP for Ashrafieh Nadim Gemayel told The Daily Star that he believes Shartouni will one day be caught.Shartouni is currently believed to be living in Syria.Gemayel maintained that he did not want to politicize the process.A member of the Syrian Socialist National Party, 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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