The families of the martyrs of the fire brigade and a number of civilians issued a statement stating that they “waited 4 months to start truly accounting for those involved, and sadly we have not yet seen any outcome, and the promises have not been fulfilled.”.”
“The source of the nitrates is understood, and the country that imported them is identified,” according to the statement. The nitrates are explosives and are not commonplace. “The strike of the Bar Association, which was entrusted with defending our cause, stopped the judicial investigation and prevented from prosecuting and arresting any of the actual perpetrators,” he said, adding, “We are almost convinced that public opinion is being distracted by fake arrests in order to avoid approaching judges, officials and security officials.”
“We’ve remained quiet for months, and we’re not going to keep quiet in vain. We will not allow our martyrs to be slaughtered again,” the statement concluded.