|In this Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009 file photo, |
intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senoussi, right,
whispers to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi in Sabha, Libya.
The headline reads: "Gadhafi's notorious spy chief in Libyan hands after extradition from Mauritania"
Returning Abdullah al-Senoussi to Libya for trial is perhaps even more important than Gadhafi's sons. This man is allegedly behind two aircraft bombings, the killing of some 1,200 inmates in a Tripoli prison, as well as being Gadhafi's black box for executing regime orders ruthlessly and without question. If the Libyan justice system manages to get him to talk, he could illuminate many of the atrocities the Gadhafi regime was responsible for while he was intelligence chief.
This is a good day for the Libyan people!
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