Labwani, 12 years in jail... and Assad for 7 years in Kassioun.
The verdict was announced as President Bashar al-Assad was addressing the Syrian parliament.
He said Damascus would not co-operate with a UN-backed tribunal to try suspects in the killing of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri if it would undermine Syrian sovereignty.
"The abandonment of sovereignty means that Syrian law no longer protects Syrian citizens," Mr Assad said in the televised address.
Because that's what syrian laws do, they protect their citizens.