Jamil al-Sayyed

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Lebanon's former General Security chief Maj. Gen. Jamil al-Sayyed, speaks to journalists upon his arrival at Rafik Hariri international airport where he was received by Hezbollah officials in a show of support, in Beirut, Lebanon, on Saturday Sept. 18, 2010. Al-Sayyed who called Prime Minister Saad Hariri a liar and urged people to topple his government says he will not respond to a state summons for questioning. Al-Sayyed was among four pro-Syrian officers jailed without charge for nearly four years in the 2005 assassination of Hariri's father, Rafik. They were freed last year for lack of evidence. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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Lebanon's former General Security chief Maj. Gen. Jamil al-Sayyed, speaks to journalists upon his arrival at Rafik Hariri international airport where he was received by Hezbollah officials in a show of support, in Beirut, Lebanon, on Saturday Sept. 18, 2010. Al-Sayyed who called Prime Minister Saad Hariri a liar and urged people to topple his government says he will not respond to a state summons for questioning. Al-Sayyed was among four pro-Syrian officers jailed without charge for nearly four years in the 2005 assassination of Hariri's father, Rafik. They were freed last year for lack of evidence.

Lebanon's former General Security chief Maj. Gen. Jamil al-Sayyed, speaks to journalists upon his arrival at Rafik Hariri international airport where he was received by Hezbollah officials in a show of support, in Beirut, Lebanon, on Saturday Sept. 18, 2010. Al-Sayyed who called Prime Minister Saad Hariri a liar and urged people to topple his government says he will not respond to a state summons for questioning. Al-Sayyed was among four pro-Syrian officers jailed without charge for nearly four years in the 2005 assassination of Hariri's father, Rafik. They were freed last year for lack of evidence. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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