Lebanese investigation blames Fateh Al Islam militants for February bus bombing
An investigation by Lebanese authorities has blamed Fateh Al Islam militants for blowing up a bus in February outside Beirut. 3 people died.
At the time, Hariri and mad-dog Junblatt both blamed Syria. Their own police have now contradicted them.
It comes just days after UN investigator Serge Brammertz said that Rafiq Al-Hariri's killers were not Syrian.
The Hariri clan was funding Fateh Al Islam until recently. Now, the Army is fighting them at the Nahr Al Bared refugee camp. Hundreds of people have died. Many of the dead fighters were found to be Saudi.