Ahmad Hassan Al-Mousa, brother of the Syrian youth, Mohammed Hassan Al-Mousa, broke his silence, to set off surprises on the issue, after his brother was killed a few days ago, in the villa of the Lebanese artist Nancy Ajram, by the bullets of her husband Fadi Al-Hashem, who said that the young man came masked and infiltrated to the villa in order to Stealing. The brother of Muhammad Hassan al-Musa said, in a special statement to Sada Al-Balad, that the person who appeared in the videos taken by security cameras is not his brother, noting that his brother disappeared on the same day that Nancy Ajram’s husband published the fake videos – according to his description -.
Ahmed Al-Mousa added, in his statement, that his brother disappeared on the same day of the accident (January 4), around 11 pm local time, noting that his brother went to demand his right, not theft, and that he was working with someone who communicated directly with Fadi Al-Hashem.
Asked about the presence of photos of his brother proving his work with Nancy Ajram or her husband, Ahmed Al-Mousa replied that his brother did not own a mobile due to his difficult financial condition, stressing that after the murder, another person represented the crime in front of the surveillance cameras in his brother’s clothes.
Ahmed Al-Mousa denied what was reported about Nancy Ajram’s communication with them, in order to care for his brother’s children after his death, stressing that what was reported in this regard is incorrect, and pointed out that there are people on the Lebanese artist’s side, who negotiated with our lawyer, with money, in order to Waiver of the case.
On the other hand, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai held a press interview with Gabi Germanos, lawyer for the husband of the Lebanese actress Nancy Ajram (Fadi Al-Hashem), regarding the issue of the killing of the Syrian young man, Mohammed Hassan Al-Mousa, in their villa in the capital Beirut, and the last questions raised in this regard.
In his interview, Germanus answered the reason for firing 18 bullets towards the Syrian youth, saying that Nancy Ajram’s husband (Fadi Al-Hashem) is not a military expert, justifying that his client was exposed to a nervous condition because of the situation, and anyone in his place would do so even if he had 100 bullets .
The lawyer for Nancy Ajram’s husband said that the pistol used in the incident was a “Glock” type, denying that more than one person had shot the Syrian youth.
He said that Fadi Al-Hashem was the only one who fired the bullets, and because of the close distance between him and the dead young man, the bullets penetrated his body, and it appeared as if another person had shot from the other side.
On Nancy Ajram’s alleged injury due to shrapnel, the lawyer said that the artist made her statements in investigations and the forensic doctor revealed the injury, and about what is said to be that these bullets do not release fragments, the lawyer replied that this matter is still under investigation, and cannot be revealed during the current time.
On the other hand, the Lebanese forensic medicine issued its report in the case of the murder of the Syrian youth, Muhammad Hassan Al-Mousa, by Fadi Al-Hashem, the husband of the actress Nancy Ajram.
The pathologist said that the Syrian young man received 18 bullets in his body that were as follows: one shot in the right forearm, two shots in the left shoulder, one shot under the left armpit, 3 shots in the chest, two shots in the abdomen, 7 shots in the back of the body and on the back, And a left thigh shot.
Evidence in the report indicated that there was a suspicion that another person had contributed to the killing of the Syrian youth, as there was one person hitting the fire from the front and another from the back.
The Lebanese judiciary had released Fadi Al-Hashem (Nancy Ajram’s husband) in the case of killing the Syrian young man, Mohamed Hassan Al-Mousa, inside his villa, and Nancy and her husband justified the killing of this young man, because he had infiltrated the villa to steal its contents and attacked the girls ’room.