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The wife of missing Sheikh Mohammad Yaacoub vowed on Friday to uncover those who participated in what she terms as plot against her son, former lawmaker Hassan Yaacoub, detained over the abduction of Libya's Hannibal Gaddafi.
A statement by the aggrieved wife and mother, accused the Justice Council of failure, as it keeps postponing sessions to look into the affair of missing Imam Moussa Sadr, berating the "scandal" of her son's detention.
"We shall not allow this masquerade to carry on, and we shall uncover the partners [in crime]. We will sue the Lebanese state and the Justice Council before the international instances," she promised, during her open-ended sit-in in front of the Shiite Council.
Source: National News Agency