Libyan courts adjourned the trial of Al-Saadi Al-Gaddafi until July 12th after a request was put in by the latter’s attorney.

Al-Saadi Al-Gaddafi is the third eldest son of the former Libyan president, Mu’ammar Al-Gaddafi.

Gaddafi is facing a wide range of charges from the Libyan courts, including several counts of murder and torture.

 

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what has happened to Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi? Is he still alive?

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On July 28, 2015, Saif al-Islam was sentenced to death in absentia for war crimes by the “self-declared government” in Tripoli, Libya… But, on Sept.14th 2015, the Supreme coucil of libyan tribes, which is not recognized by both governments, made him their official spokesperson…