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"The general prosecutor explained to us what he was doing and he has a very good case," Luis Moreno-Ocampo told journalists in Tripoli at the close of a trip to follow up on Seif's case and push forward investigations on rape.
"We are investigating rapes by Kadhafi's forces," he said, adding that the probe targets high-level officials who ordered or encouraged rape rather than those who physically committed the act.
nstead, he said, the probe will be based on the "testimony of doctors who received hundreds of victims, hospital records, video footage and confessions of soldiers in the army who can explain what happened." "We don't want to expose them (the victims) ... but we would like to prove the crimes," he said
"testimony of doctors who received hundreds of victims, hospital records, video footage and confessions of soldiers in the army who can explain what happened."
"He has witnesses, interceptions, documents; apparently he has a lot of evidence," Ocampo told AFP, adding he had not seen the body of proof because it remains confidential at this stage of the investigation.