Latest updates with Nancy Ajram’s robbery

Will her husband go to jail?
By Helena Saadeh
January 16, 2020

In the first response to the lawyer, Gaby Germanos, who was appointed by Nancy’s husband, Dr Fadi Al Hachem, after the decision of the Attorney General, judge Ghada Aoun, to charge Nancy’s husband with the crime of intentionally killing the Syrian citizen Muhammad Al-Mousa, and according to Article 54/222 of the Lebanese Penal Code, which states that "whoever kills a person intentionally will be sentenced to hard labor for 15 to 20 years." Germanos told our website: "We were not surprised by the current claim against Dr. Fadi Al Hachem, because the natural path is for the file to be transferred to the first investigating judge in Mount Lebanon, with our confirmation that the investigating judge will issue a decision considering the act of Dr. Fadi Al Hachem as a legitimate self-defense."

He continued, "It is natural for the prosecution to complete and transfer the file to the first investigating judge in Baabda, who in turn will follow up the investigations and verify the veracity of all the statements made by Dr. Al Hachem. And Dr. Al Hachem's act of legitimate defense is described in accordance with what is stipulated in the Lebanese Penal Code."

He pointed out that Dr. Fadi was left by the public prosecutor's appeal after verifying the availability of conditions for legitimate defense and that this is the natural course of the judicial file.