Was Gaddafi killed on order given by a “Foreign Force”?

Gaddafi’s assassination: Mahmoud Jibril accuses a « Foreign Force »

LAROUCHEPAC – Libya’s former head of the National Transitional Council, Mahmoud Jibril, in a video interview with CNN on Nov. 7, charged that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi “was killed on order from a foreign entity, whether a country, a person, a certain leader — somebody does not want his secrets revealed.” Jibril, who had announced that he would step down, and did so, told CNN:

“I wish he was caught. Too many things would have been revealed. He was full of secrets, had too many contacts with too many leaders in too many countries.” Jibril said that the did not have the proof, but, “I don’t think it was an ad-hoc behavior.” He suspects that after he was captured, someone “received a phone call that said ‘Get rid of this guy.‘”

The only written press coverage of the interview was carried in Malta Today on Nov. 10, but the article disappeared later in the day while the Malta Today website was “Under Maintanance.”

Source: Former Interim Prime Minister of Libya Says Gaddafi Was Killed by a “Foreign Force”, LAROUCHEPAC, November 11, 2011
Link: http://www.larouchepac.com/node/20276

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