Britse geheime dienst werkte actief samen met regime Qadhafi

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The Guardian:

The exhaustive study of the papers from the Libyan government archives shows the links between MI5, MI6 and Gaddafi’s security agencies were far more extensive than previously thought and involved a number of joint operations in which Libyan dissidents were unlawfully detained and allegedly tortured.

At one point, Libyan intelligence agents were invited to operate on British soil, where they worked alongside MI5 and allegedly intimidated a number of Gaddafi opponents who had been granted asylum in the UK.

Het wordt nog erger:

Previously, MI6 was known to have assisted the dictatorship with the kidnap of two Libyan opposition leaders, who were flown to Tripoli along with their families – including a six-year-old girl and a pregnant woman – in 2004.

However, the research suggests that the fruits of a series of joint clandestine operations also underpinned a significant number of court hearings in London between 2002 and 2007, during which the last Labour government unsuccessfully sought to deport Gaddafi’s opponents on the basis of information extracted from people who had been “rendered” to his jails.

Dat je het weet als Tony Blair zijn mond open trekt over mensenrechten.

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#1 frankw

Dan weet je ook hoe goed het maar is dat de Britse geheime dienst over al onze data beschikt. Heel veel cynischer dan dit kan welhaast niet, al laat ik graag verrassen door een nog ergere onthulling /not.
Puik journalistiek werk, het kan gelukkig nog wel.

#2 Mario

Deze Tony Blair, bedoel je?

Mensenrechten, toch?

“Libya, meanwhile, has descended into further violence and economic chaos since the revolution, with rival militias shelling residential areas, destroying airports and burning down oil refineries in their struggle for wealth and influence.”

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