10 September 2011

Interpol Wants Gadhafi

They've sent out an arrest bulletin.

Interpol said Friday it has issued red notices — its top most-wanted alert — for the arrest of the former Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi, his son Seif al-Islam and the country's ex-head of military intelligence, Abdullah al-Senoussi.
The move comes in response to a request by the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, which is seeking the men for alleged crimes against humanity.
Gadhafi hasn't been seen in public for months and went underground after anti-regime fighters swept into Tripoli on Aug. 21.
Interpol said in a statement Friday it had transmitted the red notices to its 188 member countries. A red notice is the equivalent to being on the Lyon, France-based international police body's most-wanted list.

By: Brant

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