Lebanese actress Nancy Ajram broke her silence, commenting on Lebanese authorities accusing her husband, Fadi Al-Hashem, of deliberate murder in legitimate self-defense for killing Syrian Muhammad Al-Mousa.
Nancy denied any dissemination of the indictment of the imprisonment of her husband for 15 to 20 years in the case of theft that took place in their home.
She indicated that this message was false, according to her statements to the Lebanese website “Al-Fan”.
Jamal al-Ghayt, the Syrian lawyer Muhammad al-Musa, who died at the hands of Fadi Al-Hashem, husband of Lebanese artist Nancy Ajram, was a great surprise when he confirmed that the crime against his client was not for self-defense, as between the killer and the victim there was a relationship before.
Jamal Al-Ghaith said in a telephone interview on Channel One’s “Ninth” program that his client was a victim and that all evidence had been hidden at the crime scene.
Al-Ghaith added that the investigation was secret and the deceased’s defense was unable to submit any notes or see the reasons for the verdict, indicating that the witnesses in the case had been urged to force them to disappear.
Al-Ghaith noted that the release from punishment of Fadi Al-Hashem, husband of Nancy Ajram, was considered a legitimate defense after the deceased had sneaked into the home of Nancy Ajram and her husband, indicating that the defense of the deceased presented several other points pending cases before the Criminal Court.
Mount Lebanon’s first investigating judge, Nicolas Mansour, brought an indictment against Fadi Al-Hashem’s husband.
According to several reports, the decision sentenced Al-Hashem to the crime of murder (Art. 547), in conjunction with Art. 228 of the Criminal Code, punishable by 15 to 20 years’, confirming that the files will be referred to the criminal court.
The first investigating judge decided to leave Fadi Al-Hashem under investigation until many witnesses were heard and the examination of communications records was completed.
Section 547 stipulates that anyone who intentionally kills a person is punishable by fifteen to twenty years of hard work, and twenty to twenty-five years if the murder of one spouse is committed against the other.
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