Sentenced to death Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and number former Libyan officials 7/28
Sentenced to death Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and a number of former Libyan officials
Follow-up -oreet - announced in Tripoli court of the Government of National Congress, outgoing, judgment on Saif al-Islam, son of Muammar Gaddafi's death by firing squad, while Dan Saif al-Islam trial lawyer, his client, describing it as a sham.
And issued by the same court judgment against Baghdadi Mahmudi last prime minister under former Libyan regime, and Abdullah al-Senussi who is close to Gaddafi and his son in law.
It is noteworthy that al-Baghdadi and al-Sanusi are in the grip of pro-National Conference outgoing militias in Tripoli, was sentenced in absentia to Gaddafi's son because of his stay in Zintan since his arrest the end of 2011.
The court announced its judicial judged against a number of other pillars of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ranged between Alaadm and innocence and life imprisonment, has aired television channels close control of the capital Tripoli, militias, recite the judge's decision and described the judgment the judge to death by firing squad also rightly Mansour Daou head of the Republican Guard, and Abu Zaid Dorda, who took over the presidency of the intelligence service as well as al-Sanusi, in addition to the birth of Daman head of internal security in the era of Gaddafi.
The judge said his court ruled acquittal on another six, the most prominent Mohamed Belkacem cabled President of the Parliament (GPC) in the era of Gaddafi, and issued other provisions ranging from life imprisonment and five years in prison and deprivation of civil rights, the right of the rest of the symbols of the regime, who numbered 34 people.
The courts in the capital Tripoli are subject to the rule of hardline militias controlled by force, and forced the Supreme Court late last year to issue a ruling invalidates the legitimacy of the election that led to the formation recognized the current parliament, after the loss of extremist militias in the elections, a government that has not been recognized by the international community .