Reporter reveals Qaddafi had a dungeon full of slaves
Qaddafi had a whole rape dungeon. He had men prowl the streets, abducting women and men for him to rape. He had accomplices. Other men supported this behavior, helped facilitate.
What I want to know is: what other world leaders have a setup like this? He can't have been alone. Is this that far off from Berlusconi's raping underage prostitutes?
“I can’t deny or confirm that. Everyone has the right to a private life.”
“A private life? Can you talk about a private life when sexual relations are coerced, when there are countless accomplices, and state departments are called upon to facilitate these crimes?”
“Some people knew. I didn’t.”
“Did you know that young girls were held captive in the basement of his residence?”
“I swear I never went down to that basement! I am a commander and one of the highest-ranking officers in the army. In Moscow I wrote a thesis on military command structure. When I walk into a barracks, people tremble with fear. I’ve always known how to get respect—specifically, by keeping my distance from all that!”
“All that”? What did he mean? Suddenly he seemed ill at ease. Undoubtedly he was expecting to be faced with—and to dodge—questions about the war, arms, brigades, and mercenaries, but not questions about women. He was finding himself on shaky ground and was on his guard.
“What did the high command you personified think when you saw your leader disembark, surrounded by female bodyguards, most of whom were just young mistresses without any military training, to visit leaders of foreign countries?”
“I was not in charge of those trips and refused to participate in them! In the brief period of time that I myself ran the Guide’s security brigade, I can assure you that the girls in that ‘special service’ weren’t there!”
“Weren’t you insulted by that masquerade?”
“What could I say? I didn’t have a monopoly over the Libyan army! And even if I was unhappy, there was nothing I could do. In any event, women aren’t made for the army. It goes against nature. If they’d asked for my opinion there never would have been a Military Academy for Women.”
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