A general outdoor view of Jordan’s Palace of Justice in Amman Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012. In the building, a criminal court sentenced Jordan’s ex-intelligence chief Mohammed al-Dahabi to 13 years and 3 months in jail for embezzlement of public funds, money laundering and abuse of office. Presiding judge Nashaat Akhras also demanded in court that al-Dahabi pay 21 million Jordanian dinars ($29.6 million) in fines to the state and return money he allegedly laundered and embezzled during his 2005-2008 tenure as head of Jordanian intelligence.(AP Photo/ Raad Adayleh)

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A general outdoor view of Jordan’s Palace of Justice in Amman Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012. In the building, a criminal court sentenced Jordan’s ex-intelligence chief Mohammed al-Dahabi to 13 years and 3 months in jail for embezzlement of public funds, money laundering and abuse of office. Presiding judge Nashaat Akhras also demanded in court that al-Dahabi pay 21 million Jordanian dinars ($29.6 million) in fines to the state and return money he allegedly laundered and embezzled during his 2005-2008 tenure as head of Jordanian intelligence.(AP Photo/ Raad Adayleh)
A general outdoor view of Jordan’s Palace of Justice in Amman Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012. In the building, a criminal court sentenced Jordan’s ex-intelligence chief Mohammed al-Dahabi to 13 years and 3 months in jail for embezzlement of public funds, money laundering and abuse of office. Presiding judge Nashaat Akhras also demanded in court that al-Dahabi pay 21 million Jordanian dinars ($29.6 million) in fines to the state and return money he allegedly laundered and embezzled during his 2005-2008 tenure as head of Jordanian intelligence.(AP Photo/ Raad Adayleh)
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