The criminal liaisons between Gaddafi and Blair

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01/27/2015
Marco Perduca

The criminal liaisons between Gaddafi and Blair


Once upon a time there was Gaddafi, and there was also Tony Blair. One is no more, the other continues to be active and be talked about. Not a day goes by without the discovery of confidential documents in Libya that confirm what the Radical Party has been denouncing for over a decade. In addition to being friends – the letters are signed personally by the British prime minister with a “yours ever” – Blair and Gaddafi, and of course Bush, were also close political allies in the so-called fight against global terrorism. They were so close that that the British government had no qualms in interrogating as a proxy, in collaboration with the CIA, Libyans, or to hand over to Tripoli dissidents and opponents of the Libyan regime, knowing that they would be brutally tortured. The last documents are related to at least six people who have sued for unwarranted arrests, blackmail and false accusations of conspiracies and terrorist attacks. The latest exchanges date back to April of 2007, the end of the Blair premiership. In October of the same year, Libya was even elected to the UN Council on Human Rights with an overwhelming majority! The discovery of the letters coincides, precisely, with the news of the further delay of the publication of the final report of the UK Commission of Inquiry into the Iraq war that should clarify how the United Kingdom decided to join the US in the attack on Baghdad. On 29 January we will follow the debate in the House of Commons. Stay tuned!

 

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