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Old 07 May 12, 15:36
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The Death of the mightiest Man of the late Gaddafi-Regime in Vienna.

Shukri Ghanem, ex-premier and ex-oilminister of Gaddafi-Libya, who escaped to Austria a year ago, was found drowned floating in the River-Danube near Vienna. The Austrian police do not believe, that he had an accident of falling into the river, but the police is dedecting this case for surching of murder. The dead Libyan ex-premier was clothed only by a white shirt and jeans. In his pockets were a lot of money, an evidence against robbery.
The funeral of Shukri took place in Tripolis yesterday with 300 of his friends grieving at this death-ceremony. A present funeral guest said: "Who about Gaddafi speaks will die very soon. A curse of the executed dictator depresses oure land." Another Libyan said: " The ex-premier made up his mind for the revolution and against Gaddafi too late and transfered oure oil-millions to foreign countries and hidded it there."
The common Libyan opinion is, that the secret-service of the late Gaddafi is still active. The sudden death of Shukri should be a threatening for all traitors of the Gaddafi-regime.
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