Secret files of the Muammar Gaddafi regime reveal some harsh truths: the CIA used to sent terrorism suspects to be tortured in Tripoli.
The Human Rights Watch discovered multiple documents that prove prisoners exchange between the Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) and the Gaddafi regime.
The CIA had a intense correspondence with Musa Kusa, one of the bosses of Gaddafi’s secret services. Correspondence referring to terrorism suspects and torture.
Amongst the files discovered on Musa Kusa’s desk is also a fax from the CIA dating back to 2004 in which CIA informs the Libya Government that they are able to capture and surrender Belhaj, the person that is now in charge of the Tripoli Military Council.
The Human Rights Watch organization claims that the United Stats officials knew that the prisoners they sent to Libya were going to be tortured.
The CIA held talks in Libya with Musa Kusa, the former boss of Libya’s secret services and former External Affairs Minister in the Gaddafi regime. Musa Kusa fled to England at the beginning of this year.