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Gaddafi's Fake Supporters and Fake Casualties of Western Air Strikes

Painful truths about the conflict raging in Libya.

Anti-Gaddafi sign in Libya

(WASHINGTON D.C.) - Libyan police reports about casualties from the western air strikes are a complete lie. What we do know is that telephone and internet communications with Libya have been cut off by Libyan dictator Mu’ammar Gaddafi.

Fake Casualties

I have been able to contact a very important person in the Libyan state apparatus using a satellite phone to ascertain the truths regarding Libyan state TV’s reports of civilian casualties resulting from Western air and missile strikes.

He says that these reports of civilian casualties are a complete lie.

My contact says that the Gaddafi regime has brought together a combination of victims of road traffic accidents (of which there are about 10,000 in Libya annually) and victims of his own forces’ brutal suppression of protests in the Tajoura suburb of Tripoli (more than 300) for display to the cameras, claiming that they are victims of the NATO air and missile strikes.

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Fake supporters

My contact further says the people outside Gaddafi’s compound and in Tripoli’s Green Square consist 100 per cent of the following:

(1) Revolutionary Committee members (thugs and hoodlums) who have been instructed to bring their families with them;

(2) Members of Al-Amn al-Dakhili (the internal security organization) and their families – there are 25,000 of these. They include such nasty creatures as the Special Rape Squad (yes, it’s a job title written on their Security Services ID cards) whose job is to rape political prisoners, men and women.

My contact also says that, as you would imagine, (1) and (2) above are not happy to bring family members with them but are doing so under duress.

Also, Gaddafi since 17 March has locked up all but two of his ministers in with him in Bab al-Aziziya compound to prevent them from defecting.

Finally, many of (1) and (2) above have blood on their hands and are implicated in a host of ghastly crimes. Many of their identities are known to their victims’ families: they know that when Gaddafi goes down they will go down with him, so they have nothing to lose.

See also: Libya Mohammed “Mo” Al Nabbous, founder of Benghazi webcast “Libya Alhurra TV”, killed in firefight


Special thanks to Debbie Menon and for this report.

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bdubya March 21, 2011 10:54 pm (Pacific time)

Fundamentalist Liberals support anything Obama does..... how would they react if W was liberating oppressed people from a murdering dictator? ...oh yeah...I remeber..

Colli March 21, 2011 4:52 am (Pacific time)

More often than not, the only basis we have for judging the veracity of an individual is history. Gaddafi's history does not indicate a tendency for truthfulness. It amazes me that anyone could believe government authorized press releases coming out of Lybia? Now this article rings much truer to me than any press release authorized by Gaddafi.

Amanda March 20, 2011 7:32 pm (Pacific time)

The people of Libya asked for it, even though it was rather late when the US responded. It will bring a the freedom the people of Libya want. By the way, "someone who cares" seems to be ignorant of the "guided missiles".

Someone who cares March 20, 2011 4:59 pm (Pacific time)

The Libyan government's claim that there have been around 50 deaths does not seem fake at all. It makes perfect sense that over 100 missiles would cause at least that many deaths. Why are fundamentalist liberals supporting this horrible and illegal war of aggression and trying to justify it by all means? Listen to what Dennis Kucinich has to say about this situation.

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Sean Flynn was a photojournalist in Vietnam, taken captive in 1970 in Cambodia and never seen again.