World Bulletin / News Desk
The son of former leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi appeared on Libyan state TV apologizing to the nation from his prison cell.
"I apologise to the Libyan people... for disturbing the security and stability of Libya," said Saadi Gaddafi, who was recently extradited to Libya from Niger, where he had been hiding since fleeing the country in 2011.
"I apologise to the Libyan people, and I apologise to the dear brothers in the Libyan government for all the harm I've caused and for disturbing the security and stability of Libya," he continued.
"I admit that these things were wrong, and we should not have perpetrated these acts."
Saadi Gaddafi also called on armed militias in the country to hand over their weapons and stated that he was being treated well in prison in the capital Tripoli.Last Mod: 29 Mart 2014, 17:04