Friday, July 13, 2007

Libyan Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentences of Innocent Medical Staff

International Herald Tribune reported yesterday that:

The Libyan Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the death sentences of 5 Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor who are charged with intentionally infecting more than 400 Libyan children with the AIDS virus in 1998.

A 2003 investigation by two of the world's leading AIDS experts, rejected by the Libyan court, concluded that the children's HIV was caused by unsanitary medical conditions at Benghazi Children's Hospital.

Editorial Comment
Another small case in point of the real Arab and Moslem Mideast, rampant with fabrications and falsifications. Lacking any real semblance of due process and democratic justice, and yet in comparison, garners such little condemnation from the those waiving the banner of human rights.