Lebanese Order of Physicians members accused of leaking Al Kassab report

Raymond Al Sayegh, Claude Semaan, and Joe Haddad are accused of leaking the report in which Dr. Nader Saab is seemingly absolved of any wrongdoing.
by Annahar Staff

7 September 2018 | 13:07

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A file photo of the late Farah Al Kassab (Annahar)

BEIRUT: Mount Lebanon Judge Rami Abdallah is set to hear a case against three members Lebanese Order of Physicians after they were accused of leaking their investigation report into the death Farah Al-Kassab.

Raymond Al Sayegh, Claude Semaan, and Joe Haddad are accused of leaking the report in which Dr. Nader Saab is seemingly absolved of any wrongdoing.

Al-Kassab died as a result of health complications after undergoing liposuction and rhinoplasty surgery at Saab's hospital last year. 

In his testimony before the judiciary, Saab said “Al-Kassab was transferred in an ambulance, and her health deteriorated when she arrived [at the Lady of Lebanon hospital] before passing away."

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