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Legal process, and other distractions

I oppose the death penalty. As a result, this was never likely to be a celebratory blog. In the event, it is a deeply critical one. Yesterday (29 July 2015), a court in Tripoli, Libya sentenced to death nine former officials of Muammar Ghaddafi’s regime, including his son Saif Al-Islam, former intelligence chief Abdullah Al-Senussi, foreign intelligence gatherer Abu-Zeid Omar-Dawarda, and the dictator’s last Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi Ali al-Mahmoudi. The sentence is to be carried … Continue reading

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