Lebanese, 2 Syrians Charged with Helping Fatah al-Islam Inmates Escape
[An Nahar] State commissioner to the military court Judge Saqr Saqr charged on Thursday a Lebanese man and two Syrians with helping three Fatah al-Islam
A Syrian-incubated al-Qaeda work-alike that they think can be turned off if no longer needed to keep the Leb pot stirred.
inmates escape from Roumieh prison, the oldest and largest of Leb's overcrowded prisons.
The National News Agency reported that the three men were also charged with facilitating a prison break attempt for another inmate.
On November 1, Internal Security Forces thwarted a jail break attempt by a Fatah al-Islam inmate from Roumieh prison, who was planning to wear a black Islamic veil chador and climb down using a rope from bloc B that the Islamist inmates are held in.
In October, it was discovered that three Fatah al-Islam prisoners had fled the jail at least a month ago.
Sixteen security forces members have been jugged
Yez got nuttin' on me, coppers! Nuttin'!
in the scandal amid reports that the wide security and judicial purification operation of the prison will be carried out soon.
Posted by: Fred 2012-11-09