Gaddafi son on most-wanted list

2011-09-29 12:02

Paris - Interpol has put ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s son al-Saadi on the equivalent of its most-wanted list and says he was last seen in Niger.

The international police agency said in a statement on Thursday that it has issued a red notice for al-Saadi Gaddafi, based on a request by the opposition authorities who overthrew Gaddafi last month.

Interpol says the notice was based on accusations that al-Saadi Gaddafi, who is 38, misappropriated property and engaged in "armed intimidation" when he headed the Libyan Football Federation.

He was also a special forces commander and is the subject of a United Nations sanction for commanding military units involved in repression of demonstrations.

  • pitchblack - 2011-09-29 12:25

    blah blah...Interpol a bunch of gangsters.

      2WhiteStars - 2011-09-29 12:45

      No, Jackie Selebi, Interpol's former head, is a gangster. Interpol themselves, however, are rather useful.

      MaanDonkie - 2011-09-29 13:11

      I know how poor al-Saadi must feel....I'm on my ex wife's most wanted list and its not nice!

  • ChrisKhoza - 2011-09-29 12:42

    Then: "The world will be a better place without Saddam Hussein" "The world will be a better place without Osama Bin Laden" Now: "The world will be a better place without Gaddafi and his sons"

      Voidy - 2011-09-29 12:52

      The universe would be a better place without Malema

      pitchblack - 2011-09-29 12:56

      The world will be a better place without Gaddafi? This man was helping his people...before the got attacked; Libyans had the highest standard of living in Africa, the man has built the Great Man made river which suppliers Sahara Desert in Libya, Libyans had free electricy and free health care, there are no Homeless people in Libya, i can go on and on. My point is; Gaddafi was not all bad...he was actually helping his people through Direct democracy as he states in his Green Book. US healthcare is a mess, debt is into trillions...FYI Libya had no DEBT as a country. This info is freely available on the net and book stores if you took time to look for it.

      Roche - 2011-09-29 13:08

      @pitchblack, One wonders why then did the people revolt?

      world-weary - 2011-09-29 13:12

      @roche - nato revolted my friend - crude be came an issue

      David - 2011-09-29 13:26

      At Pitchblack.... I agree fully with you and one of the main reason Gaddafi was made the villain was becuase no one could control him or his country since there was no World Bank Debt enslaving them.. now we will no doubt see health care and all kinds of US structures being implemented and the people will not know what has hit them till its too late.

      David - 2011-09-29 13:28

      at Roche, very easy to get factions into action then impress upon the world stage whats going on, yet it probably is not going on at that extent, did you read or see any news that was not owned by Europe and the US.

      pitchblack - 2011-09-29 13:35

      @david and world-weary...Most people dont know this...Oil was part of the reason that caused Libya to be attacked...the Main reason is that Gadaffi was making plan to tie the Libyan Dinar to Gold. This would mean the value of money in Libya will always would be the standard of living.

      slg - 2011-09-29 15:36

      Pitchblack, that's just stories that very few people believe, least of all the six million Libyans who are now free and about to vote for their leaders for the first time. As Roche has said, if he was that positive, Libyans would not have taken to the streets demanding change, like Tunisians and Egyptians did. It's time I think to let go that tired old story that has little truth to it.

      Anton - 2011-09-29 17:31

      This gaddafi scum, the father and his rotten sons, in court, in a cage, white prison clothes and live TV coverage. NO more threats , no more plundering off state coffers, no more theater with some BS tent, and only allowed to speak when told to do so. This is going to be GREAT TV!!!!!!! And this day is getting closer and closer.... I CAN HARDLY WAIT!!!!!!

      mario88 - 2011-09-29 18:12

      @pitchblack. My dear man I suppose you had too much sun and your brain is dehydrated or maybe you are one of the ruling elite and got some kickbacks from Brother Leader? Yeah Pitchblack....

      Anton - 2011-09-29 18:22

      Pitchblack, How arrogant can one get?? Here you are sitting, 8000 km away, in the comfort of your home, and now YOU will just tell these "stupid dumb" Libyans what they should like and what they should appreciate. It must be totally beyond your understanding, that people that do not enyoy basic freedoms, DON'T GIVE A DAMN, if they have free electricity, or if their tyrant builds a dam as big as Africa. Luckily , few, if any Libyans, read all this pro gaddafi crap, for they would be, HIGHLY INSULTED

  • Mike - 2011-09-29 12:49

    And we still wonder why 9\11 happened///if the west was worried about human rights ,they should have sorted Zimbabwe and Somalia out long ago, they seem to worry about human rights only if that country has oil. ?

      slg - 2011-09-29 15:40

      The same boring, mindless comment. And what would you say if the so called west invaded Somalia and Zimbabwe? I can already hear the squeals of protest and blame. As for your comment about 9/11, that's about as sick as it gets.

  • CHIPPER_CHAP - 2011-09-29 12:57

    MaLeMa'S nAmE oN tOp ? lol

  • uvira.mulongwe - 2011-09-29 13:07

    To hell with the criminal court and to hell with the imperialists...Africa will remain the bread basket for the west! why can't you people leave us alone????? i am sick and tired of seing people being hunted as if they were really bad people! I mean the NTC it self in Lybia has a great challenge cause they can not provive lybians with the kind of life Gadafi did!! i am sick of all African stupid leaders who voted on no fly zone in lybia! you should be ashamed of yourselves.

      steve.luckie - 2011-09-29 14:36

      Africa will remain a dark continent as long as we allow dictators to run their countries as a fiefdom. It's not a secret that this African leaders were on his payroll. Gadaffi knew their countries were poor, so splashing money was the only way to make them remain silent. Democracy in this continent will remain a mystery if we still allow elected leaders to stay longer in office.

      slg - 2011-09-29 15:41

      Africa is hardly on the radar. It is viewed as a violent, corrupt continent unfortunately.

      aman - 2011-09-29 17:53

      Bread basket? I think you mean Black Hole - no pun intended.

      Delusion - 2011-09-29 18:25

      Yes, As a Lybian myself, I agree with Uvira F@ck us, the Lybian people. How dare we rebel against our brutal mass murderer despot of 40 years? Shame on you - Nato, the West, the imperialists (excluding China) for liberating us, the Lybian People. It was a disgrace.... We and Uvira would have been much happier with conntinued oppression...

  • Law01 - 2011-09-29 13:09

    interpol is a Joke!! Interpol any warrants out for Bush, Blair, Chainey, Rumsfeld etc? NO??? Why not??? If Gadafi did perpetrate crimes aginst his own people, those ruthless War Mongers committed such crimes on a much Greater Scale & against People all over the worlds, running into the Hundreds of Millions over the last two decades. America has this reputaion running for centuries fromt he time they killed of the Red Indians, stole their Land, resources. Gadaffi Sorry you pale in Comparison BUT The Meadia gives you such fame & the American Govt's get no such attention.

      David - 2011-09-29 13:20

      Got to agree with Law...absolute hypocrites. Will only take international courts and human rights seriously when people like Bush are had up, not just the guys who are not friends with the US and UK

      slg - 2011-09-29 15:39

      I suggest you both look up the phrase "crimes against humanity" and "genocide". Clearly you don't understand what they mean right now.

  • Ingie - 2011-09-29 13:11

    Oh well if he comes near our borders he can just walk across with no Visa and Zuma will gladly put him into a mansion in the Cape living off the fat of the land

  • Idi - 2011-09-29 13:25

    valtures are using the oportunity to feed on the weak!dont raise yuor classes before victory is guaranteed!

      slg - 2011-09-29 15:38


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  • Law01 - 2011-09-29 13:46

    people we need to make a STAND against the Americans(Zionists)as we could be next in line, look ate the American Hsitory of Tyranny, whether it was Japan, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya. They Nuked Japan with total disregard to woman/children killing millions and the consequences of the radiation is evident up to this day. Similar with Iraq, the Uranium has destroyed an entire generation of kids... With this in mind you think they care about whether innocent unarmed civillians are killed, daily iraqi's were mercilessly killed and Now Libyans. They always have an excuse for every mass killing, "We regret the Loss of Life" yah right!!! Shame on you America, you have blood on your Hands!!

      slg - 2011-09-29 15:38

      I think you should look up the word tyranny in the dictionary. Hopefully then you will realize that it's you who is actually unwittingly supporting tyranny.

  • Agent Rascal - 2011-09-29 16:54

    The world will be a better place without the ANC.!

  • tee-hee-hee - 2011-09-29 22:48

    There is a Moral World and a Real World. UK US France are in neither.....................

      slg - 2011-09-30 04:22

      What about the rest of the world that has decided Gadhafi is n illegitimate leader?

  • tee-hee-hee - 2011-09-29 22:55

    For all you rebel traitor lovers out there that like to back winners ,because its in your greedy nature. (This Libyan war is only getting started) So looks like you idiots got it wrong, as did your stupid imperialist Governments.

      slg - 2011-09-30 04:24

      This is addressed to six million Libyans. :)

      juliusedwa - 2011-11-15 09:18

      believe me or no the time will come and they will feel the heat..... just count my word,to me democracy with empty stomach, democracy without a roof on your head, without proper health care is useless

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