Libya Rebels Dumping Hundreds of Bodies in Cemetery
“Free” Libya today:
Makeshift Prisons Fill Up With Dissidents, But Many More Are Missing
Reports have the rebel forces dumping hundreds of bodies in a “pro-Gadhafi” cemetary with no identification, slain by the rebels for some unexplained reason. Just one cemetery reported some 800 unidentified corpses.
It is unclear if these are slain members of the regime’s military, or simply dissidents. The rebels are also said to be converting a number of buildings into additional prison space, apparently out of concern that the prison-happy Gadhafi regime simply didn’t have enough room for the enormous numbers of people the new pro-NATO regime is detaining.
In Misrata, the rebels have filled a former school with detainees. None were charged with crimes but were said to have “committed crimes against Misrata” and that the local rebels would decide what to do with them. Reports have them looking for a bigger building, since the school is now packed with detainees.
The exact extent of the Libyan rebel crimes will likely remain unclear for some time, as the unexplained depopulation of entire towns and the Misrata militia’s penchant for attacking the refugee camps they ordered black people into has left massive numbers of people missing without a trace.
TRIPOLI 21. September 2011.: Clashes took place between the fighters of the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) and members of the security troops of the fallen leader Muammar Gaddafi around nightfall on Tuesday in central Tripoli
A woman and her family were shot by Libyan rebel fighters in a deadly attack because their last name was Gaddafi, it has been reported.! -->http://uk.news.yahoo.com/family-shot-by-rebels-because-of-gaddafi-surname.html
Read also :
THE REAL PICTURES from 'LIBERATED' TOWNS in LIBYA or REBELS on the RAMPAGE -> http://libyasos.blogspot.com/2011/09/real-pictures-from-liberated-towns-in.html
[Source: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=26657Clashes between NTC fighters, Gaddafi remnants in central Libyan capital ]
Black Libyan City Fall to Rebel Siege ->http://www.africanglobe.net/2011/08/black-libyan-city-fall-to-rebel-siege/