Saad Hariri: Sheltering father’s assassins is a crime

Two of the suspects are reportedly taking shelter in Iran

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Saad al-Hariri criticized on Thursday all those who are shielding the suspected assassins of his late father Rafiq Hariri from justice, calling it “a crime added to the main crime.”

Hariri was speaking to reporters in The Hague where he was attending the start of the trial in the Feb. 14, 2005 assassination.

Two of the suspects are believed to be hiding in Iran while the other suspects are possible victims of “preventative liquidation,”
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