Hammoud to NNA: Investigations over illegal internet case closed

Cassation General Prosecutor, Judge Samir Hammoud, told the National News Agency that the investigation conducted by the Central Forensics regarding the bringing of foreign illegal internet into the country is closed.

“Three persons were detained and search and investigation announcements were circulated against three other persons,” Hammoud said, pointing out that this rapport will be referred to Mount Lebanon Investigative Judge to follow up on the investigations and the required measures in this case.

Responding to a question regarding Google cache case in which two persons are detained, the judge said that this file was presented to Beirut First Investigative Judge and permission will be asked to pursue the employees.

Responding to a question regarding the total number of the detained persons in this case, Hammoud said that seven persons were detained so far regarding the Internet file, adding that search and investigative notices against four others were issued.

The Central Forensics would carry on investigations regarding the means that were used to bring the equipment into Lebanon without acquiring licenses from concerned authorities.

Source: National News Agency

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