Lebanese suspect swears innocence

March 22, 2012
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A Lebanese man with suspected ties to Hezbollah appeared at Ratchadaphisek Criminal Court yesterday at 10am and denied charges of possessing bomb-making materials. The court scheduled May 21 to inspect evidence. Atris Houssein, 47, who also holds a Swedish passport, was arrested in Bangkok in January for allegedly breaking weapons-control laws. The prosecution said that, from January 1, 2010, to January 16, 2012, Houssein and his accomplices gathered a large quantity of chemicals that could be used to make a bomb at his rented place. After the indictment was read and translated, Houssein, appearing with a short haircut and brown prisoner uniform, maintained that he was not guilty and said he already had a lawyer to fight the court battle.

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One Response to Lebanese suspect swears innocence

  1. mark
    May 13, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    can you help me please there was a chao from london he got 50 years for drugs charge he was on tv does any one no is name you could help thank you

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