Gaddafi's brutality against Libyans uncovered

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While Colonel Gaddafi remains at large with a £1 million bounty on his head, dead or alive, foreign reporters have uncovered grim evidence to the extent of Gaddafi’s crimes against humanity against the Libyan people.

More than 50 bodies were found at a farmyard in southern Tripoli. Grim evidence revealed that those dead skeletal bodies were burned in a brutal massacre. Eyewitnesses can confirm that this was pro-Gaddafi loyalists who had carried out the brutal atrocity.

This latest development is reminiscent of what happened in Iraq, when Saddam’s crimes against his own people were also grimly uncovered.

Sky reporters will be taking the evidence straight to the International Criminal Court, where the Colonel has a warrant to be tried for crimes against humanity.

The National Transitional Council has said though that the former Libyan dictator in hiding will be given a fair trial.

They also claim that Tripoli is in majority control of the rebels, and Libyan people, including kids are helping to clean up the dirty streets of their Capital city – after the fighting and bombings of the past few days.

Anti-Gaddafi forces are still waging battle in Sirte, the hometown of the Colonel.

Rebels have been rampaging the homes of the Gaddafi’s, including his daughter’s pad, and Saif’s luxury pad – marvelling at the plendour, and even jumping into the swimming areas. A few days ago they had been looting from the Mad Dog’s compound anything they could get their hands on, as well as kicking and stomping on a Bronze sculpture head of Gaddafi.

Saif, of course, appeared a few days ago, claiming that Libya was still under his father’s control, a day before the Bab-Al-AziziYah compound was stormed and eventually under the command of triumphant rebels.

The Colonel has over the last few days still be transmitting deluded propaganda somewhere, claiming that those few still loyal should clean out the rebel Rats of the anti-gaddafi regime.

NATO continue their strategic bombardment of key parts of Libya.

The Libyan people are in urgent need of food, water, and other essential supplies. These have been trying to be imported into the country by foreign aid agencies.

Global politicians will meet next week, Thursday, Paris, to discuss post-war Libya – after 42 years of Gaddafi rule, and how to help to install a democratic government.

French president Nicolas Sarkozy and the UK prime minister David Cameron, along with US representatives will discuss key issues such as unfreezing Libya’s £1 1/3 billion worth of assets, as well as ensuring aid gets to the people in the country that need it most.

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