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Gaddafi’s Killer Will Be Prosecuted When Caught, Libya’s Interim Government Says

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 30, 2011


He is hiding or hided?

The person responsible for the death of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi will be prosecuted, Libya’s interim government has said.

Abdel Hafiz Ghoga, deputy chief of the National Transitional Council (NTC), said that anyone proven to have shot and killed Gaddafi would be brought to justice.

“With regards to Gaddafi, we do not wait for anybody to tell us,” he told the al-Arabiya satellite channel.

He added: “We had already launched an investigation. We have issued a code of ethics in handling of prisoners of war. I am sure that was an individual act and not an act of revolutionaries or the national army. Whoever is responsible for that will be judged and given a fair trial.”

Previously the NTC has insisted that Gaddafi was shot accidentally in ‘crossfire’ after his arrest.

But footage released after the former leader’s death, which showed him wounded and being violently assaulted by his captors, lead to international criticism and calls for an investigation.

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Gaddafi Dead: Family May File War Crimes Complaint

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 27, 2011

   
That could be an important issue, however; there is no strong ground for this.
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Saif Gaddafi Offers To Surrender To International Criminal Court, Reports Say

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 26, 2011


This is interestin­g
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Gaddafi Buried: Burial Of Gaddafi, Muatassim And Abu Bakr Younis In Secret Location

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 25, 2011


Mark Almond, Visiting Professor of Internatio­nal Relations at Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey, says much discontent will come the NTC’s way once Libyans realize that getting the country back on track is going to be a long, hard process.
“More people will become nostalgic for Gaddafi’s regime if and when the new regime will not only be able to return the country to the way it was before – minus Gaddafi – but actually if they will not be able to produce the basic living standards that existed under Gaddafi,” Almond predicts.

Muammar Gaddafi has taken many secrets to the grave, from his involvemen­t in financing Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidenti­al campaign or co-operati­on with American and British intelligen­ce. But these secrets will not perish, believes the professor.
“Ironicall­y, Gaddafi has taken his secrets to his grave but the shadow of dealing with him cast on the reputation of Tony Blair and Nicolas Sarkozy will not go away. Precisely because of this uncertain situation, suspicion will probably only grow,” Almond warns, explaining that after Gaddafi disappeare­d from the scene, Western leaders who got involved in murky dealings with the colonel will simply “not be able to prove their innocence.­” @RT
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Gaddafi Death: Daughter Aisha Told ‘Old Fuzzhead Is Dead’ By NTC Fighter

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 24, 2011

A fighter for Libya’s interim government reportedly told Aisha Gaddafi “Old Fuzzhead is dead” when she rang his phone to find out where her father, the former dictator, was.

Aisha, 34, rang the colonel’s phone last Thursday after reports emerged he had been captured in his hometown of Sirte, the Daily Mail reported.

A commander told the newspaper that a fighter for the National Transitional Council (NTC) answered the phone, referring to her father as “Abu Shafshufa”, a nickname for the former leader which means Old Fuzzhead in Arabic.

But he added that it was “shameful” that Gaddafi’s daughter should have found out in such a way.

Aisha, known as the “Claudia Schiffer of North Africa” in the regional press, fled to Algeria in August, as Tripoli fell to anti-Gaddafi forces.

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Gaddafi Death Clips

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 20, 2011

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