By Noora Ibrahim and Aimen Amzein.
Benghazi, 8 July 2014:
Forensic tests carried out on two bodies at Benghazi Medical . . .[restrict]Centre (BMC) have uncovered two more assassinations.
Tests carried out on the body of Mohamed Al-Barghathi, who was believed to have been killed in an innocent car accident two days ago, found two small bullet wounds in his neck, a source at BMC told the Libya Herald. It was the impact of these shots which caused him to crash he car. He died from head injuries which he sustained when his car hit a wall in Benghazi’s Haba area. A petroleum worker, Barghathi had spoken out against paying Petroleum Facilities Guards attached to Libya Shield.
Further postmortem tests have discovered the identity of a burned body found near a Benghazi cement plant. BMC identified the dead man as Hisham Mahmoud Al-Ramali a police officer with the Benghazi Security Directorate.
Ramali had been missing for one month before he was found and identified. He was kidnapped while fixing a security directorate vehicle with some colleagues.
A former airforce colonel was also killed in Benghazi yesterday. Ali Al-Sheikhi who had retired from military life over 20 years ago and worked as a grocer. He was shot several times and taken BMC. He was pronounced dead on arrival.