Article originally appeared on We the People Radio
Our guests: Jimmy and JoAnne Moriarty
with Libyan tribal leader Muftah Faraj living in exile joining us the last half hour
Faraj is a member of the Warfalla tribe of Bani Walid in Libya, who is currently in exile from Libya
Sam and Kate (pen names for the Moriarty's) spent years developing a lucrative business in the oil sector in Libya. They just concluded negotiations in February 2011 and signed contracts to begin their business in Libya when the Arab Spring hit that country.
In April of 2011 Sam and Kate are asked and accept to head a Fact Finding
Commission to Tripoli, Libya. In May their sojourn begins in London, continues
through Tunisia and then by bus to Tripoli. Within the FFC, S&K are witnesses to
horrific bomb sites, wounded children, raped women and other atrocities. They
are shocked and saddened by what they witness. S&K did not know that the FFC
had decided that they were not finished in Libya and upon their return to the US
they are immediately requested to return to Tripoli.
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