Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Britain is a 'transit lounge for war criminals': Furious row as Gaddafi's torturer-in-chief jets out for talks in Qatar

Well if your own leaders are war criminals, then this should come as no surprise...for the 'good' guys.

From Mail Online.

The Coalition was accused of turning Britain into a 'transit lounge for alleged war criminals' today after it was disclosed that Libyan defector Musa Kusa had been allowed to leave the country.
Muammar Gaddafi's former right-hand man is travelling to Qatar ahead of a meeting of the international alliance's Contact Group tomorrow.
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said Kusa was 'free to come and go', and would be seeing representatives of the Doha government and others to 'offer insights' on the situation...

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From The Daily Mail

The former Libyan foreign minister, dubbed the ‘envoy of death’, spent years in charge of Gaddafi’s murderous intelligence services, when he is said to have played a key role in supplying arms to the IRA.
Kusa is widely suspected of involvement in the Lockerbie bombing and the murder of British WPC Yvonne Fletcher. But the Foreign Office said last night he was ‘free to come and go as he pleases’.

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