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Old 09-28-2011, 09:20 AM
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Mass Grave Found Near Libyan Hotel

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The new Libyan authorities claim to have discovered another "mass grave" in Tripoli - close to a hotel at which Western journalists had been forced to stay.
The National Transitional Council say the latest site is being unearthed near the Rixos Hotel where 37 foreign journalists were trapped by the Gaddafi government during the fall of Tripoli.
A total of eight corpses have so far been uncovered although no evidence has yet been made available linking it to the previous regime.
The discovery was made after a soldier saw blood on the ground and what looked like broken limbs.
The military spokesman for the armed forces of the NTC, Radwan Elbuzedi, says "the bloody behaviour is typical of the style of the Gaddafi government".
It is thought the alleged victims died less than five months ago and the NTC is speculating that they could be local civilians.
The latest announcement comes after NTC claims at the weekend that a mass grave holding the decayed remains of more than 1,200 people had been found just outside the capital.
The transitional government says it is the burial site for the victims of the Abu Salim prison massacre but no concrete proof has been given.
Excavation has not yet started at the site and so far only bone fragments and bits of clothing have been found in the top soil.
If true, though, it would be yet more damning evidence of the brutality of the Gaddafi regime.
It has long been claimed that Gaddafi carried out a massacre at the infamous Abu Salim Prison in 1996 after inmates rioted over their inhumane conditions.
Most of the convicts were political prisoners.
Meanwhile the hunt for Colonel Gaddafi is continuing, with reports he may be hiding near the Algerian border in the Libyan town of Ghadamis.
Senior military official Hisham Buhagiar says he is being supported and protected by the Touareg tribe.

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It's the tip of the iceberg. Qadaffi's government was like Kim Jong-Il's. It was a trafficking hub and black market central. This guy did unbelievable things to his people in the name of the big money. That's what all these "rogue/freedom" states are all about. Big drugs, counterfeitting, gun-running, and big money. There's nothing democratic or even humane about them. How do you think he was able to stay in power all this time? Just the oil? Hah!

Anyone who buys into that bullshit should get their tongues zapped.

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