Prison visit for Al-Senussi
Tripoli, 4 February 2013:
Abdullah Al-Senussi was today visited in Hadba Al-Khadra jail by four members of the Libyan Observatory for Human Rights. This is the first time that Qaddafi’s former security chief has been seen by a Libyan organisation, since his extradition to Libya from Mauretania last September. The members of today’s visiting party made no statement after they left the prison.
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