By Felicity Arbuthnot
Global Research, August 02, 2013
“The public cannot be too curious concerning the characters of public men.” (Samuel Adams, 1722-1803, letter 1775.)
This will surely have you falling down with surprise. According to documents released under the Freedom of Information Act and obtained by the (UK) Sunday Telegraph, the August 2009 release from Scotland’s Barlinnie jail of Libyan Abdelbaset al- Megrahi, accused of the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in December 1988, hinged on an oil and arms deal, allegedly brokered by roving war monger (sorry, roving “Peace Ambassador”) Tony Blair.
Global Research http://www.globalresearch.ca/tony-blair-libya-lockerbie-arms-and-betrayals/5344774
Published time: July 29, 2013
Libyans wants Saif Al Islam’s role in plundering the country investigated, not just his involvement in the 2011 revolution. Therefore it is unlikely he would be handed over to The Hague tribunal, former UK ambassador to Libya Oliver Miles told RT.
Global court finds government is not capable of holding a fair trial for Saif
Published: 12:41 June 1, 2013
Amsterdam: International Criminal Court (ICC) judges on Friday rejected Libya’s request to annul the international arrest warrant for the son of the late Muammar Gaddafi and let the country’s new government try him in Tripoli.
BRUSSELS, May 13 (UPI) — The International Criminal Court is considering a challenge by the Libyan government in the case of two Gadhafi-era officials suspected of human rights abuses.
The Washington Post
By Associated Press,
TRIPOLI, Libya — Scores of Libyan militiamen descended on rally in the nation’s capital, Tripoli, kicking and beating protesters who had taken to the streets Friday as part of a call for mass demonstrations against the country’s unruly militias.