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Questions over deaths of Gaddafi and son

A year after the overthrow and death of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, an Israeli lawyer hired by Gaddafi's daughter says the world deserves to know who killed him, and that those responsible should be held accountable. Lawyer Nick Kaufman: "I have no doubt in my mind that he was murdered. Murdered in the most brutal and horrible fashion. It's a matter of justice, the rule of law, that the people who committed this crime be brought to justice. And not just the people who committed the crime, but their superiors in the hierarchy, that should go right up to the top, the people who were leading the revolution. Maybe people in power in Libya at the present moment in time." The reaction comes with the publishing of a report by campaign group Human Rights Watch called 'Death of a Dictator', the aim of which is to force Libyan authorities to admit to and hold to account those responsible for war crimes in Libya during last year's uprising. The report says video evidence suggests that after the capture of Gaddafi in his final stronghold and birthplace Sirte, some 66 or so prisoners from Gaddafi's convoy were slaughtered on a hotel lawn. Meanwhile unrest continues to plague the North African country a year after its liberation from Gaddafi. The former Gaddafi stronghold of Bani Walid has recently erupted in fighting, leaving at least 10 dead. And in another major military operation on the outskirts of Tripoli, Gaddafi's former spokesman Moussa Ibrahim was captured on Saturday ...
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