U.S. Fugitive in Cuba "Re-Surges" in BBC Documentary

Friday, January 31, 2014
In the must-see documentary film, "Mad Dog – Gaddafi's Secret World," the BBC sheds lights on the torture, kidnapping and rape of young girls and boys by the Libyan dictator; his depraved sex dungeons and clinics; and political hit squads.

It also features how Gaddafi shot down a Libyan jet in 1992, killing all 157 people on board, to "show" how international sanctions were hurting Libyans by depriving their planes of spare parts.

Check out this article about the documentary.

Interestingly enough, the film also includes the "re-surgence" of a U.S. fugitive harbored in Cuba:

"In a secret interview from Cuba, former CIA agent Frank Terpil said: ‘I would say [it was] Murder Incorporated .  .  . murder for hire. Gaddafi thought that anybody who was a dissident, they [should be] eliminated, he had contracts out on a bunch of people in London.’"

Terpil is a former CIA operative turned soldier of fortune, who is wanted by the U.S. for selling arms and nuclear technology to the Uganda's Idi Amin and Libya's Gaddafi.

Terpil, led some of Gaddafi's hit squads, together with another former CIA operative and U.S. fugitive, Ed Wilson.

Obviously, Terpil remains in Cuba.