A well-known human rights organization Human Rights Watch found secret archives of Muammar Gaddafi. It turned out that before 2008, the CIA, MI-5 and MI-6 helped the colonel in catching enemies, locking them in jail and torturing them before transferring them to Tripoli. Is it a scandal? A sensation? A dirty story? And where are these “martyrs” now?
For the past year and a half the world has been watching the “Libyan TV series” – at first daily, breathless, and since the fall of last year, after the tragic death of the main character – more on a case by case basis.
Today’s news causes skepticism. A prominent human rights organization Human Rights Watch has found lying around secret archives of Muammar Gaddafi. Strangely enough, until now no one stuck their nose into the folders with the enticing headlines, but every secret sooner or later becomes public.
It was found that from 2003 to 2011, American and British intelligence agencies in the most amiable for the Colonel way hunted, caught and tortured his enemies, and then transferred them to Tripoli. Gaddafi was aided by the CIA, MI5 and MI6.