French judges ruled Wednesday that there is not sufficient justification to infer that Yasser Arafat was poisoned
Since Yasser Arafat died in 2004, questions have swirled about either or not he was poisoned.
But French prosecutors who had been looking into a box pronounced Wednesday that there was not sufficient justification to infer that a Palestinian personality had been poisoned, Agence France-Presse reports.
Suha Arafat called for her late husband’s physique to be exhumed in 2012, after an review found high levels of polonium in his personal effects. She filed fit in France a same year.
The French prosecutor pronounced Wednesday that, after a review closed, there was “not sufficient justification of an involvement by a third celebration who could have attempted to take his life.”
Lawyers for Suha Arafat weren’t assured by a verdict. “The miss of review leads fundamentally to a end that there is deficient evidence,” they said.
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