Monday, 1 May 2017 08:47
News / Baghdad
The Daily Telegraph newspaper published in its edition on Monday, a report says that the suspect in the killing of British policewoman, Yvonne Fletcher, was reportedly appointed head of the Libyan intelligence.
It shows that Abdul Qadir Thami, 58, who was appointed to this position, he was at the Libyan embassy in London when shooting at protesters outside the embassy building in April 1984 which led to the killing of a young British policewoman.
It indicates that the appointment of Thami in one of the most powerful country circles undermine the hopes of police colleagues Fletcher in re suspected of killing her to Britain to face justice.
The report adds that it has claimed that Thami, firearms expert who claims to be a student in Britain, a person as the man who fired the fatal Alatlaqh, but allowed him to leave the country after the siege of the embassy lasted 11 days and in a deal with the regime of Colonel Gaddafi .
He adds that it is now at the rank of brigadier general has paper the National Accord Libyan government to this high office, as chosen by the Presidency Council interim head of Libyan intelligence, according to the newspaper "The Mail on Sunday."
Thami has been assumed in last December the responsibility of the National Center for the fight against illegal immigration in Libya .
According to the newspaper report, it was reported that Colonel Thami, who received training to carry out the assassination was part of the security team at the Libyan embassy in London.
He adds that a number of men already diagnosed as probable killer of the police, and that the public prosecutor concluded in 2007 that there is sufficient evidence to bring formal charges, as a man was arrested in the fifth decade of life in 2015 for suspicion of plotting to murder and was released on bail.