Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi Negotiating With ICC

October 28, 2011 by staff 

Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi Negotiating With ICC, From deep in the Sahara, for fear that share the fate of his father’s bloody hands of the Libyans vengeful old favors called oil purchased with the desert tribes and the strong men of Africa Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, barter can be a future.

The International Criminal Court in The Hague, confirmed Friday that the heir to 39 years old, killed the former leader of Libya had been in contact. They urged him to surrender, warning it could order an interception in the air if he and his guards tried to flee mercenaries flying a safe haven abroad.

While details remain vague about the whereabouts and state of mind of Saif al-Islam, the London-educated reformer, now accused of crimes against humanity, the ICC offers some corroboration of the reports of the new leaders of Tripoli and its neighbors Africa has taken refuge in the Tuareg nomads in the border between Libya and Niger, in search of a way to safety.

“Through intermediaries, we have maintained informal contacts with Saif,” said ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo said in a statement.

“We have learned through informal channels that there is a group of mercenaries who volunteer to move to an African Saif (state) is not party to the International Criminal Court …. The Prosecutor’s Office is also exploring the possibility of intercepting any aircraft within the airspace of a State Party to make an arrest. ”

Officials with the National Transitional Council of Libya told Reuters earlier this week that the monitoring of calls via satellite and other intelligence Saif al-Islam said he was considering surrendering to The Hague, and trying to fix a plane to look for him and out of reach of NTC combatants, whose hands, Muammar Gaddafi, was beaten and killed a week ago.

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