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US and UK spy agencies built close ties with their Libyan counterparts during the so-called War on Terror, according to documents discovered at the office of Col Gaddafi's former spy chief. The papers suggest the CIA abducted several suspected militants from 2002 to 2004 and handed them to Tripoli. The UK's MI6 also apparently gave the Gaddafi regime details of dissidents. The documents, found by Human Rights Watch workers, have not been seen by the BBC or independently verified(...)
Originally posted by monkofmimir
not suprised in the slightest, infact the thing thats suprised me most about this whole affair is that we sided with the rebels in the first place.
The CIA and to a slightly lesser degree (probably only because they have less resources) MI6 are pretty evil organisations. They are sociopathic as much as an organisation can be called so.