Abdullah al-Senussi Extradited to Libya

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    Abdullah al-Senussi, former Libyan official under Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, was extradited to Libya from Mauritania to face complicity crimes, to the chagrin of France and other European nations.

    ICC is whining it had no knowledge of planned extradition, and France and other allies saying "there will be no justice." So glad to see Africa is handling its internal businesses.


    Mauritania Deports ex-Libyan Official - Mauritania deports Gaddafi spy chief to Libya - Africa - Al Jazeera English
     
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    Let Libya deal with him.
     
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    I hope they put a bullet through his head!
     
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    I agree.
     
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    Most of Africa is not that barbaric. On the other hand however, Libya has laws and I hope those laws are respected.
     
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    Why is American Media not paying attention to the miners in South Africa? They have been shot and killed trying to get a decent? wage, while prices climb on the precious metals they lose their lives and health mining.
     
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    Beautiful news:

    In Libya an elite revolutionary unit trained by Americans led an attack on US consulate murdering four, among the murdered -- US ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens. His body was dragged through the streets with revolutionary democratic participants kicking it and defecating on it.

    Mr Chris Stevens had a direct connection with the case of a doctor from Sirt whom Misurat revolutionaries captured and tortured forcing to denounce his sons for joining Gaddafi forces. When the doctor refused, the revolutionaries started demanding ransom from his family sending them first their father's foot, then -- hand... Still the family could not raise money. In desperation, they asked US ambassador to interfere. And Mr Stevens promised to help on one condition: the doctor had to go before the media and tell he became a victim of Gaddafi. The doctor refused and was tortured to death.

    Well... It looks like yesterday Chris Stevens got what he justly deserved.
     
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    Please, we do not rejoice at the demise of folks, regardless. Let's show some respect to be deceased. OK? Thank you.
     

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