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Qaddafi Promised Nurses Wouldn't be Executed

Politics | March 10, 2007, Saturday // 00:00| Views: 2093 | Comments: 0
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Italian lawyer Giovanni di Stefano claims that Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi has promised him that the Bulgarian nurses accused of starting a HIV epidemic would not be executed no matter what the Court of Appeals decides.

"Some good news from Tripoli", di Stefano wrote in his online diary at studiolegaleinternazionale.com.

"As you all know I wrote to Colonel Ghadaffi regarding the Bulgarian Nurses and in my view it served no purpose executing them. That has been accepted and the nurses now regardless of whatever happens in the Appeal Court will NOT be executed. Thank you Colonel G. You have shown what mercy means!"

Born in 1955, di Stefano works in the UK and has gained popularity by consulting on big trials in the UK and abroad.
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