Date: Monday, 23-January-2012, 3:08 AM | Message # 1
-- dragon lord--
While Libya has been quick to shake off 40 years of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's legacy, his children are still waiting for justice. The lawyer of the late leader's daughter has been telling RT why his killing in October still hasn't been investigated. Aisha Gaddafi has hired Nick Kaufman, an Israeli lawyer, to force the International Criminal Court to investigate the full circumstances of her father's death. RT: Why have you agreed to take on the case of Aisha Gaddafi? Nick Kaufman: Aisha has a legitimate complaint. Her father was murdered, murdered in a brutal fashion -- the whole world saw it. The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has an obligation to investigate all aspects of the conflict which have been referred to him by the United Nations Security Council, and that would include also the murder of Muammar Gaddafi. Especially since the prosecutor himself has stated that this is a war crime.