Leaked UN Report Reveals Torture, Lynchings and Abuse in post-Gaddafi Libya
‘Thousands of people, including women and children, are being illegally detained by rebel militias in Libya, according to a report by the Secretary-General of the United Nations. Many of the prisoners are suffering torture and systematic mistreatment while being held in private jails outside the control of the country’s new government.
The document, seen by The Independent, states that while political prisoners being held by the Gaddafi regime have been released, their places have been taken by up to 7,000 new “enemies of the state”, “disappeared” in a dysfunctional system, with no recourse to the law.
The report will come as uncomfortable reading for the Western governments, including Britain, which backed the campaign to oust Gaddafi. A UN resolution was secured in March in order to protect civilians from abuses by the regime, which was at the time mercilessly suppressing the uprising against the Gaddafi regime.’
Libya – NTC Leadership All Operating From Abroad – Moeen Raoof
‘NTC Leadership cannot remain in Tripoli, because of BelHaj’s Alqaeda, and they’re not even safe in Benghazi – So they are to be found in Malta or Turkey! There will be a major battle in Tripoli in the next few weeks. And that is why there is a news blackout.’