And with that suggestion, the first hashtag ‘dispute’ (that I am aware of, anyway) to involve St. Louis was on:
This stems from something called the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, which is, according to NowLebanon.com, looking into the 2005 murder of Lebanon’s ex-premier.
a UN tribunal probing the 2005 murder of Lebanese ex-Premier Rafik Hariri has issued arrest warrants against four Lebanese suspects in the case, a judicial official told AFP on Thursday.
The sealed warrants were submitted to Lebanon’s prosecutor general Said Mirza on Thursday morning along with a copy of the indictment drafted by the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, said the official who did not wish to be named.
Serious stuff, for sure. So serious in fact, they are apparently not willing to give up the hashtag:
Looks like we are going to have to share it, as I don’t see either side giving in.
If you follow the #STL hashtag to keep up on what is going on here in St. Louis, Missouri, and have seen some tweets about Lebanon, well, now you know.
Seen any other good exchanges? Is this a big deal to you? Please let me know.
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