Daya Gamage – Asian Tribune
Foreign News Desk
October 26, 2011 _- Washington, DC. 27 October (Asiantribune) -- Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi was traveling under a negotiated
“White Flag” truce last Thursday in an agreement to leave Libya. More claims from sources inside Misrata, Libya
that the Libyan National Transitional Council did in fact agree to allow Qaddafi and his convoy safe passage out of Libya.
addition rebel sources in Misrata claim US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was informed of the “White Flag”
truce negotiated and agreed to by Libya’s NTC while visiting Libya Wednesday October 19.
A widely read Internet
blog site Larry Sinclair.org reveals the above information noting that the site received them from reliable sources inside
The question now emerge is whether Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama engage in the firing on a White Flag convoy
with the intent to assist in the capture and murder of Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi?
The web site Larry Sinclair.org
further reports: “It is our opinion that the information received from our sources inside Libya is factual. It has also
been reported that journalists were not immediately allowed to report from the site of the US Drone attack on Qaddafi’s
convoy until the rebels had the opportunity to dispose of any remaining evidence of the “White Flags” which were
clearly connected to the convoy vehicles.”
The question today is: Was Secretary Clinton told of the “White
Flag” truce giving Qaddafi safe passage out of Libya? Did Secretary Clinton use this information to prepare a US Drone
attack on Qaddafi’s “White Flag” convoy? Who authorized the US Predator Drone strike on the “White
Flag” convoy? Will Barack Obama be called to answer for the US firing on a “White Flag” convoy?
October 19 Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in Libya meeting with the Libyan armed rebels. It has come to the attention
of Larry Sinclair.org Web Site via sources inside Libya that the Qaddafi convoy was traveling under a White Flag of truce
which sources say had been negotiated with Qaddafi. If the information concerning a negotiated truce to allow Qaddafi to leave
Libya is true and verifiable, and the United States was involved in or even made aware of this agreement, the US Drone strike
on the convoy would be in direct violation of the Geneva Convention and a war crime.
The Asian Tribune previously reported
that it was the US drone fire on Colonel Qaddafi’s convoy that led the rebels to capture and brutally assassinate the
former Libyan leader.
The web site a day later confirmed that there was an agreement to allow Qaddafi convoy with white
flags to proceed and that the agreement was reached between the NTC and Qaddafi representatives.
Sources inside Misrata,
Libya have claimed Qaddafi’s convoy was traveling under a “White Flag” truce and also claims Qaddafi was
sodomized by rebels before shot in the head.
While Obama stated back in the spring that the UN Resolution did not call
for nor allow the targeting of Qaddafi, and stating the US would not target Qaddafi, last Thursday he referred to the capture
& murder of Qaddafi as “we have done what we went in to do.” The claims that a truce was negotiated to allow
Qaddafi to leave the country raise some serious questions as to what role Secretary of State Hillary Clinton played in the
agreement. It also raises the question did Hillary Clinton and the Obama Administration knowingly authorize a US Drone strike
on a convoy traveling under a White Flag truce? If so, the Web Site raises, both Clinton and Obama should immediately be charged
with war crimes and accessory to murder.
The web site Larry Sinclair.org having obtained reliable information from
inside Libya asks: Did Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama engage in the firing on a White Flag convoy with the intent to assist
in the capture and murder of Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi?
Asian Tribune media survey has shown that many political
pundits and non-mainstream media have question the circumstances the Libyan leader was brutally killed.
Flag” issue is sure to dominate the political talk here in the United States and among global rights organizations,
Asian Tribune understands.