Tuesday, June 08, 2004

'Mad Dog Of The Mideast' Speaks On Reagan Death

Colonel Muamur Ghadafi of Libya, the formerly terror-sponsoring country without generals, regretted that Ronald Reagan died without ever having stood trial for the bombing of Tripoli, Benghazi and some tent camps in 1986, killing Ghadafi's adopted daughter, along with some 100 others.

The bombing, of course, was in response to Tripoli's support for international terrorism, and specifically the bombing of the La Belle discotheque in West-Berlin in 1986, in which two American servicemen died, along with a Turkish woman. Over 230 people where wounded, of which many seriously.