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Thursday, October 6, 2016
Hillary's Libyan Jihadi Atrocities
(World Net Daily) - The extreme brutality unleashed by the mercenaries and Islamic fighters who joined Libyan-based jihadists to oust leader Moammar Gadhafi with the backing of Hillary Clinton’s State Department and NATO is demonstrated in three videos released to WND.
The videos, obtained through a trusted source, were vetted by Libyan tribal parliamentary leaders who spoke to WND. The Libyans verified the videos were taken in Libya in the weeks after the U.S.-backed NATO bombing that began in 2011.
As WND has reported, Clinton’s State Department had decided to rebuff offers Gadhafi had made to abdicate peacefully and avoid a war. And, meanwhile, Politico reported Tuesday the Obama administration is moving to drop charges against an arms dealer who had threatened to expose Hillary Clinton’s determination to arm anti-Gadhafi rebels.
The Libyan tribal parliamentary leaders, in an exclusive Skype interview published by WND on Sept. 21, characterized Clinton as the “Butcher of Libya.” They contended her State Department was “behind the terrorist groups controlling Libya, Ansar al-Sharia, behind the militia in Misurata who destroyed a great part of Libya and displaced 2 million people from their lands because they were accused of being loyal to Gadhafi.”
Readers are cautioned that the three videos published here are shockingly graphic.
The first video shows a group of unidentified foreign mercenaries and terrorists interrogating a half-naked soldier from Gadhafi’s army, who is lying prone on his stomach, with his arms and legs spread, while his interrogators simulate sodomy with a weapon and a boot.
In the second video, about five minutes long, the opposition fighters interrogate a group of five or six soldiers of various ages and rank from Gadhafi’s military, most of whom are in military uniform, along with two prisoners wearing civilian sweaters. The civilians were apprehended because they were considered Gadhafi sympathizers, working with his military.
The captive Gadhafi soldiers sat on a couch while their interrogators stood above, peppering them with apparently accusatory questions.
The Libyan locals viewing the video for WND said the soldiers being interrogated repeatedly denied knowing anything. The interrogators complained the POWs were not cooperating.
In the final approximately 30 seconds of the video, the POWs are executed, apparently shot in the back of the head, lying prone on the ground with their hands tied behind their backs.