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Kadhafi's jailed son appears on Libya TV

by AFP Videos 0:23 mins

Kadhafi's jailed son appears on Libya TV

by AFP Videos 0:23 mins

SHOTLIST: ZINTAN, LIBYA, NOVEMBER 5, 2013. SOURCE: ALASSEMA TV NO RESALE FOR NON EDITORIAL PURPOSES -VAR Seif al-Islam in the room where he is being held speaking to an interviewer -VAR of the room and of Seif al-Islam being prepared for the interview SOUNDBITE 1 - Seif al-Islam (man), Moamer Kadhafi's son (Arabic, 5 seconds) [In response to being asked if he wanted to be tried in Tripoli or Zintan]: "Zintan is in Libya. There's no difference between Zintan and Tripoli." /// ----------------------------------------------------------- AFP TEXT STORY: Kadhafi's jailed son appears on Libya TV Tripoli (Libya) 06 November 2013 AFP Slain Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam, wanted by the International Criminal Court, has appeared on television from his cell in a prison southwest of the capital. He gave brief answers to three questions from a journalist for Alassema television late Tuesday, confirming that he was allowed to receive visitors and was in good health. Asked if he wanted to be tried in Tripoli or Zintan, 180 kilometres (110 miles) from the capital, he said: "Zintan is in Libya. There's no difference between Zintan and Tripoli." The broadcaster said he had at first declined to be interviewed through his lawyer, but had then agreed to answer just three specific questions. With a finger placed over his lips to hide a missing tooth, Seif appeared nervous and uncomfortable in front of the camera. He wore a blue prison uniform and was seated on his cell bed. Ajmi al-Atiri, head of the ex-rebel brigade which captured Kadhafi's son in November 2011 and has been holding him since, said for "security reasons" he would not be transferred to Tripoli. On October 24, a Tripoli court indicted Seif and around 30 Kadhafi aides for a raft of alleged offences during the 2011 revolt which toppled the regime. But the Zintan rebels refused to have him transferred to the capital, despite a request from Libya's prosecutor general and although the authorities say his jail is under state control. Instead, Seif appeared in court in Zintan the same day on charges of undermining state security. Seif al-Islam, Kadhafi's former heir apparent, is still wanted for trial by the International Criminal Court in The Hague on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity during the uprising. The ICC in May rejected Tripoli's request to try the slain dictator's son in Libya because of doubts over a fair trial. Tripoli has appealed the decision.

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