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ICC-wanted killer ransacks Toyota dealership in Benghazi

Pro-Haftar senior military commander of Al-Saiqa Force, Mahmoud Al-Werfalli, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity and war crimes, has appeared in new footage ransacking Toyota car dealership branch in Benghazi.

Al-Werfalli, who is still a fugitive wanted by the ICC in two arrest warrants, justified destroying the franchise branch in Benghazi by saying the owner was a “public funds’ Daeshi” (a term used to say that a person is stealing from state funds to build up their own wealth – kleptocrats).

The ICC-wanted killer added in the footage that the owner of the car dealership branch in Benghazi “is spending his money abroad instead of helping the Libyan people inside.”

“This is the money of Libyan people. You stay overseas because if you come back to Libya, you are dead!” Al-Werfalli said, threatening the owner of the Toyota branch.

In 2018, Al-Werfalli was filmed carrying out a mass execution of 10 unarmed detainees in Benghazi. Al-Werfalli also ordered the execution of 20 unarmed detainees in July 2017. The International Criminal Court has issued two arrest warrants against Al-Werfalli.

Interpol put Al-Werfalli on the Red List in February 2018 as per a request by the ICC as he faced charges of war crimes in 7 cases, including killing.

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