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3 arrested in 'sextortion' case
Date of incident:
December 3, 2017
Number of Injured:
ISF Intelligence Branch
The Internal Security Force’s Information Branch has arrested three persons suspected of extortion and drug abuse, according to a statement from the ISF released Sunday.
The arrests were based on information regarding a “sextortion” case in south Lebanon’s Nabatieh, in which a man was threatened with the publication of certain photos if he did not respond to the extortionist’s demands.
The man was instructed to pay a sum of approximately $30,000. He was warned not to inform the security forces.
As a result of investigations into this case, those involved were reportedly tracked and arrested. The detained persons were identified as Lebanese nationals A.A., born in 1992, and E.D., born in 1985, and Palestinian national R.A., born in 1992.
This security incident was mapped according to the closest possible location.
Classification of conflict (primary):
Individual acts of violence
Violent incidents which do not have a specific or a known political agenda but are caused by the general proliferation of weapons, of trained and untrained soldiers or militants, by the general inefficiency of the Justice system, and past-traditions and histories of violence within society.
Nabatie / Israeli reconnaissance plane circles over the South, warplanes over different regions