Harald Doornbos stole at least 18 kilos of belongings of the Qaddafi family. Photo: a stolen poster from Muammar Qaddafi's Tripoli house (Photo: nu.nl).
A man’s shirt, private notes, flags, family photographs and the passport of Dodi the cat. Just some of the 18 kilos (some media say 20 kilos) of stuff Dutch journalist Harald Doornbos has stolen from the ransacked houses of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi in Tripoli and Sirte by the end of August. He calls the goods ‘rubbish with a story’.
The family photos (see images below) were stolen by the GPD Middle East correspondent from one of Qaddafi’s houses in Sirte. Unable to deny the fact that Muammar Qaddafi has always been a kind, wonderful, generous, loving and caring person and familiy man, Doornbos says: “The photos give a special impression of the façade of normal domesticity of a crazy dictator.”
He is most excited about the theft of the cat passport, as in his perception “cat Dodi is now the only Qaddafi who is still in Libya.”
Doornbos doesn’t consider his criminal acts as stealing at all. Talking to the Dutch press, he explains: “This criticism comes from people who never have been in such a situation themselves. The moment I was in the houses in Tripoli and Sirte, the rebels were destroying everything. I was thinking: ‘If I leave this stuff there, it will simply disappear’.”
The stolen goods are currently exhibited in Breda, the Netherlands, till December 16.
The Libyan Ambassador to the Netherlands, a NATO-puppet who has expressed his appreciation of the exhibition of the illegally obtained stuff, has asked to hand the belongings of the Qaddafi family over to the Libyan rebels, which Doornbos agreed on.
Below is a photo impression of the stuff Harald Doornbos has stolen from the houses of the Qaddafi family in Tripoli and Sirte:
Family photos stolen from one of the houses of the Qaddafi family in Sirte (1) (nu.nl).
Family photos stolen from one of the houses of the Qaddafi family in Sirte (2) (nu.nl).
A man’s shirt stolen from a house of the Qaddafi family in Tripoli (nu.nl).
A book with title “The comparison between Plato and Qaddafi”, stolen from the ransacked Green Book Center in Tripoli (nu.nl).
A photo of the Leader of the Revolution, stolen from his house in Sirte (nu.nl).
The stolen passport of Dodi, the cat of the Qaddafi family (nu.nl).
A poster with Saif al-Islam Qaddafi, stolen from his house in Tripoli (nu.nl).
Part of a filter of a destroyed car of the Qaddafi family, stolen from the Bab al-Aziziyah compound in Tripoli (rtl.nl).
The car of the Qaddafi family, destroyed by the NATO-rebels (rtl.nl).
Copies of identity cards of black Libyans and black foreign workers, falsely accused of being “mercenaries” by NATO and the mainstream media, stolen from the Bab al-Aziziyah compound in Tripoli (rtl.nl).
The copies of the identity cards on the floor of the ransacked the Bab al-Aziziyah compound in Tripoli (rtl.nl).
The Truth: NATO is killing Libyan civilians every day. A poster stolen from the Bab al-Aziziyah compound in Tripoli (rtl.nl).
The Truth on the floor of the ransacked Bab al-Aziziyah compound in Tripoli (rtl.nl).
A collection of stolen photos from the ransacked houses of the Qaddafi family in Tripoli and Sirte (omroepbrabant.nl).
The thief with a part of his loot which he calls “an ode to the Arab Spring” (nu.nl).Font: Mathaba