Sarkozy tries to go away with Muammar Gaddafi's murder


Lawsuit on corruption and "Libyan money" of the French president reveals the secrets of the NATO war against the Libyan Jamahiriya

The French Internet portal MEDIAPART reported, citing a source in the leadership of the National Transitional Council, that the leader of the Libyan Revolution, Muammar Gaddafi, was shot by the "commando" of France's special services.

Libyan case: very convenient omissions of Nicolas Sarkozy to protect himself

In his latest statement to the judges, Nicolas Sarkozy attacks the chronology of events and inconsistencies in the testimony of Ziad Takiddin.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Nicolas Sarkozy will provide everything to protect himself. "I did my best to prove that there was no serious and consistent testimony that was a condition of the conviction," he told the judges on Wednesday night to obtain the status of a witness in the case.

In a text prepared in advance and intentionally merged in "le Figaro" on Thursday, the former head of state deploys a fairly clever self-defense in three parts: a suspicious chronology of charges, multiple discrepancies in Ziyad Takkiddin's testimony, and a claim for the authenticity of documents published by Mediapart. The same strategy he repeated on television news on Thursday evening.


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