The son and heir ever Muammar Gadhafi, who was killed Oct. 20, will stand trial in Libya and will not be delivered to the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced yesterday the Libyan minister of information.
Shammam Mahmud said the National Transitional Council of Libya will review its final decision with the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) when it comes to today’s visit to Libya. Seif al Islam Gadhafi is accused of crimes against humanity.
However, Shammam said the Libyans would be unfair to prosecute Al Islam in the country where he “committed crimes against the Libyan people.”
Zinta rebels in the mountains Libyan captured Al-Islam last Saturday in the desert area, resulting in questions about their fate, as if he would be delivered to the new transitional government in Tripoli, which took power after the fall of Gaddafi, or to the ICC that wants to judge him for crimes against humanity. (LO)