The Permanent Military Court headed by Brigadier General P.S.C. Mounir Shehadeh issued rulings against a group of seven people who, in a history that did not pass, stole weapons and ammunition.
The text of the rulings stated that, “on Lebanese territory, and in the Army Intelligence Branch in the South region, the former Corporal H.A.A. stole a large quantity of Amiri weapons and war munitions from within a battalion, and sold them to the defendants: A. NA, N.A., H.H., B.S., C.M. and FMH, in violation of the military instructions, and the rest of the defendants traded these weapons, and the seventh possessed military materiel.
The rulings imposed a sentence of hard labor for a period of seven years against the former corporal H.A.H and stripped him of his civil rights, and imprisoned each of A.A.A., N.A. and H.H. for a period of one month and obligated each of them to present a military rifle, and imprisoned H.A. A period of two months and obligating him to present a military rifle, and imprisoning B.C. for a year and obliging him to provide a military rifle, while the court declared J.M. innocent of doubt and insufficient evidence.