Archive for the “Libya” Category

Abdullah al-Senussi Captured

The family that ruled together falls together as reports come in today that Abdullah al-Senussi was also captured in Sabha, Libya – a day after the arrest of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi. Bing, bang, boom – that completes the trifecta of Libyans sought by the ICC. Unfortunately it does not seem either survivor will be touring […]

Get Him To The Hague!

It has been a long, arduous road for embattled son-of-a-dictator Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, but the wanted and reclusive man resurfaced on 19 November 2011 in Sabha, Libya – thanks to the hard work of rebel forces. He appears in the following video incognito, but a hungry audience awaits him showing his face in the International Criminal Court. Libya: get that […]

Where Are They Now?: Abdullah Senussi

Let’s travel back to Libya for a moment. Back to Libya in early 2011. Back before the dictator was dead – or even ousted. Before his son Saif was on the run. Back in those days there was a coup – and after that coup, there were three little indictments. One for papa. One for […]

Qaddafi is Dead

Recently, End Impunity asked the question “Where is Muammar Qaddafi Now?” At the time, no one knew. Today, that question has been answered once and for all. Muammar Qaddafi was shot to death on October 20, 2011 in Sirte. Rumors and video show the ousted dictator alive when captured. His death is lauded the world […]

Where Are They Now?: Saif al-Islam Qaddafi

Some boys want to be just like dad, and some boys don’t. Saif al-Islam Qaddafi was born the second son to Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi in 1972. He never knew a Libya not under his father’s rule. In earlier days, when the Qaddafi regime knew more tranquil times, the man widely considered heir to the […]

Where Are They Now?: Muammar Qaddafi

Although a household name today, Muammar Qaddafi is a man from humble beginnings. He was born in a tent in the Libyan desert in 1942. The nomadic ways of Bedouin life were not in Qaddafi’s dreams, however. As a young man, he studied hard and graduated from military academy in 1965 – and by 1969 […]

Justice Here, There, Anywhere?

There is much speculation about what will happen with the Tripoli Three — Muammar Gaddafi, Saif Gaddafi, and Abdullah al-Senussi — all indicted by the International Criminal Court in a move that is seen as having supported and contributed to the shockingly quick “Responsibility to Protect” military response in Libya.  After what the Libyan people […]

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