Scandal in Libya: London will investigate the secret service’s links
September 5, 2011
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, said he will support an investigation into the alleged links of MI6,Britain’s secret services, with the surrender ofopponents of the regime of Muammar Gaddafi Libya, which generated an uproar after being accused of torturing a Libyan leader in Bangkok.
Cameron made the statement after the commander of rebel forces Libyan Abdel Hakim Belhaj, called on the United Kingdom and the United States to apologize for being behind his transfer to a Libyan prison in 2004.
Belhaj, who joined the clandestine terrorist group of Islamic Fighters Libyans, said he was tortured in custody after being arrested in Bangkok. Also he reported that he was transferred to Libya in a joint operation by the American CIA and British MI6.
“I deserve an apology for what happened to me after being arrested and tortured. For all these illegal things, beginning with the information given to the Libyan security and interrogation in Bangkok, “said Belhaj.