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Dark And Very Ugly Secrets Surfacing
by James Dunnigan
April 4, 2012

Mauritania denied that it had agreed to turn over Kaddafi's secret police chief, Abdullah Al Senussi. While Mauritania had arrested Senussi for entering the country (from Morocco) on a false passport on the 16th, they are under no obligation to honor a Libyan extradition request. If Senussi can muster enough cash and friends he can escape to whichever sanctuary he was headed for. Libya and many Western and Arab intelligence agencies want to talk to Senussi, who was the keeper of Kaddafi's most embarrassing and explosive secrets (involving torture, terror, and dirty deeds in general). Mauritania is under pressure from many nations to turn over Senussi. One of the things foreigners would like to discuss with Senussi was a recently discovered (by the NTC) Kaddafi program to store weapons and bomb making materials at many Libyan embassies around the world. These weapons were to be used to kill Libyan expatriates who were causing Kaddafi problems and support local terrorists who were working for Kaddafi. Senussi is believed to have been involved with this embassy terrorism support program, which has been in place for decades.



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