Monday, May 16, 2011

The ICC today to ask those responsible Dwell crmenes against humanity in Libya

Muammar Gaddafi today can become an outcast of international justice. As commander in chief of the armed forces and security services in Libya, it is presumed that his name appears on the list of the three "most responsible" for crimes against humanity committed in Libya since last February. The list was drawn up by the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Luis Moreno Ocampo, asked the judges to the arrest of the trio.

Access to, the ICC would issue the relevant international arrest warrants. According to the investigations of the prosecutor, "there is sufficient evidence" to order the arrest of three key figures of the Libyan regime for "murder and persecution of civilians. They are two of the cases included in the description of crimes against humanity reported by Moreno Ocampo.

"The Libyan forces launched massive and systematic attacks against civilians," said the lawyer, who investigates what happened in Libya since February 15 at the request of the Security Council United Nations. In 2005 happened the same with war crimes committed in Darfur (Sudan). The UN demanded the Court to investigate, and prosecutors eventually catch on claiming Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir.

On Friday, Gadhafi announced his followers through a message released by the Libyan state television. It was their first sign that he was still alive after an absence of two weeks, raising doubts about his integrity. The Libyan leader denied wounded, and claimed that she was safe from Allied planes.

If you report the death of one of his sons Saif el Arab, and three grandchildren.

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