Kadaffi's son is admitting Bulgarian nurses and Palestinian medic were tortured!

August 10, 2007 8:13am CST
This is such a shame, what these poor nurses and doctor have endured in the 8 years of inprisonment in Libia. You can see the post in Al Jazeera here: http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/71C92F03-1444-49C4-AB9E-70D195B6A659.htm And I was so happy when they got released last month, imagine what this must have felt to these people that were given dead sentences... Libia was denying until now all that was done to them but somehow the son of kadaffi is admitting that they were tortured...finally. What do you think of all this?
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@rosie_123 (6118)
11 Aug 07
I truly cannot imagine what it must be like to live through such an ordeal, or to have a loved one in that situation. I know that here in Europe we have many problems that need to be addressed, but I can't deny that I am proud to live in a part of the world where people (including prisoners) have rights and are treated with respect, not abused in this way.
• Netherlands
12 Aug 07
Hi Rosie, Thanks for your answering, and yes, we here in Europe do have way better judicial system than countries like Libya do. For us, except for writing about in our blogs, or start a discussion in the social networks we are member off - what else is there to do when we read and watch on the TV what has happened to people, like in the story above?
@kage2k3 (1444)
• India
10 Aug 07
Its such a shame. How could they do that
• Netherlands
10 Aug 07
Thanks for replying, and I really don't know Kage2k3 ;( All I know is that in many countries people's rights have been violated, and continue to get violated, and that Libya is one of these countries. Most often than not politics is behind such behaviour, and the power given to, or taken by the wrong people.