Qaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam al-Qaddafi, was captured this morning. He was the last fugitive son of Muammar Qaddafi yet to be captured. Check out all the details…
EXCLUSIVE: The Good Of Gadhafi, Yes, The Good
TRIPOLI, Libya — Libya’s transitional government said Saturday that its fighters in the southern desert had captured Seif al-Islam el-Qaddafi, the last fugitive son and one-time heir apparent of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.
In a scene of celebration outstripped only by news of Colonel Qaddafi’s capture and death last month, Tripoli’s streets erupted into revelry. Vehicles clogged intersections, horns blaring, and militiamen shot their rifles into the sky.
Officials here in the capital promised that Mr. Qaddafi would be closely guarded so he could face trial. But in a troubling echo of Colonel Qaddafi’s capture a month ago, in which he was killed while in the hands of militiamen without ever reaching the capital, the local militias who announced Seif al-Islam’s capture on Saturday suggested they would be the brokers of his fate, at least for now.
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SOURCE: [New York Times]
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