Monday, July 21, 2008

"Hannibal" Motassim Bilal Gaddafi - Another Belt and Coat Hanger

Hannibal" Motassim Bilal Gaddafi and Aline His Wife -


A Five Star Hotel Expects Five Star Conduct with Five Star Payments, from Their Clients.

Colonel Gadaffi’s son and daughter-in law Freed on Bail
The son of Libya’s President Gaddafi has been released from a Geneva jail. Hannibal Gaddafi, aged 32 and his wife were both arrested on Tuesday 15 July at the Hotel President Wilson, on charges of making threats, coercion and assaulting their domestic staff, a Morrocan Male and a Female Tunisian. Two of Hannibal's bodyguards were also held after they clashed with police making the arrest.

The domestic servants have accused the couple of repeatedly beating them with a belt and a hanger at the President Wilson Hotel, which is next door to the UN's human rights office. The Tunisian woman was hospitalised.

Hannibal Gaddafi was released on CHF200,000 bail. His wife was released on CHF300,000 bail, because the charges against her are more serious. They both deny hitting the Tunisian woman and the Moroccan man who work for them.

Gaddafi’s wife is heavily pregnant and was taken to the court in an ambulance from Geneva’s University Hospital. They arrived in Geneva on 5 July for the birth of their child and were staying at the Hotel President Wilson.

The Swiss government is trying to prevent the matter from becoming a diplomatic incident, not least because Libya is the largest provider of oil to Switzerland.
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Hannibal" Motassim Bilal Gaddafi and Aline -
An Embarrassment to the Arab Establishment, Libya and Many Respectable ***** Hotels in EUROPE.

Paris 2005: The playboy triggered a diplomatic incident in Paris when he was arrested for alleged violence against his companion after incidents in two luxury hotels in the city. He had to be arrested by armed police at the Paris Intercontinental, but was later released on bail. He was given a four-month suspended prison sentence and a 500 euro fine. He was eventually sentenced by the Correctional Tribunal of Paris, May 23, 2005, with a four-month prison sentence for violence and carrying a pistol caliber 9 mm possession without a permit.

Copenhagen 2005: Violent incident at Libyan diplomat's residence in which police were called, but unable to intervene due to the building's diplomatic status.

Paris 2004: Hannibal drove down the Champs Elysees at 140kph in his black Porsche in the middle of the night. Once stopped, his thuggish bodyguards attacked French police & destroyed a police transmitter.

Rome 2003: Involved in brawl that sent 6 photographers to hospital in Rome.

Rome 2001: Escorted to the airport after brawl at Rome Hilton in which he attacked Italian police with a fire extinguisher.

Sardinia 2001: Thrown out of club for screaming at waiters, blocked the entrance to a disco with his Lamborghini, blasted music aboard his 70-ft yacht the Che Guevara(?), broadcast Muslim call to prayer over boat's PA system at dawn after long night of partying.

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French Articles in Tribune de Geneve / Le Matin Online contain more detailed information.

Muammar Gaddafi's son and wife charged over alleged attack on staff - 18 July 2008

Gaddafi son arrested for assault - 17 July 2008

Kadhafi's son arrested for violence in Geneva hotel - 17 July 2008

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His eldest son, Muhammad Gaddafi, was born to a wife now in disfavour, but runs the Libyan Olympic Committee and owns all the telecommunication companies in Libya.

The second eldest, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, was born in 1972 and is a painter. He runs a charity which has been involved in negotiating freedom for hostages taken by Islamic militants, especially in the Philippines. In 2006, after sharply criticizing his father's regime, Saif Al Islam briefly left Libya, reportedly to take on a position in banking outside of the country. He returned to Libya soon after, launching an environment friendly initiative to teach children how they can help clean up parts of Libya. He has also been on the forefront of resolving the HIV case of the Palestinian doctor and Bulgarian nurses described previously.

The third eldest, Al-Saadi Gaddafi, is married to the daughter of a military commander. Al Saadi runs the Libyan Football Federation, plays for Italian Serie A team U.C. Sampdoria, made billions of dollars in the petrol industry and produces films.

Gaddafi's fourth son, Mutasim-Billah Gaddafi, was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Libyan army. He fled to Egypt after allegedly masterminding an Egyptian backed coup attempt against his father. Gaddafi forgave Mutasim-Billah and he returned to Libya where he now holds the post of national security adviser and heads his own unit within the army.

Saif Al Islam and Mutasim-Billah are both seen as possible successors to their father.

The fifth eldest, Hannibal once worked for a public marine transportation company in Libya. He is most notable for being involved in a series of violent incidents throughout Europe, including charges against him for beating up his then pregnant girlfriend, Alin Skaf. (In September 2004, Hannibal was involved in a police chase in Paris.)

Gaddafi has two younger sons, Saif Al Arab and Khamis, a police officer in Libya.

Gaddafi's only daughter is Ayesha Gaddafi, a lawyer who had joined the defense team of executed former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. She married a cousin of her father in 2006. His reportedly adopted daughter, Hanna, was killed in the 1986 USAF bombing raid.

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