While Moftah Missouri, the former interpreter of the Libyan guide, Muammar Gaddafi, has just confirmed to our colleagues Rfi, the authenticity of the document published in 2012 by the site Mediapart, Nicolas Sarkozy, indicted in connection with the investigation of suspicions of Libyan financing of his 2007 election campaign, is said “indignant”.
Received on the set in the 20 H of TF1, Mr. Sarkozy repeatedly blasted Gaddafi’s relatives, including Ziad Takieddine and the news website Mediapart which had, in May 2012, published a Libyan document mentioning a financing by Libya in the 2007 campaign of Mr Sarkozy, the former French president said he is “deeply wounded”.
While denouncing the “slanders” of which he claims to be a victim, Nicolas Sarkozy revealed that he has a document “signed by a judicial police officer” to support his remarks.
“I am accused by relatives of a dictator whose terror regime we have destroyed , ” said Sarkozy. He also said he has “never received any money” from Takieddine , who claims he has not seen ” since 2004″.
“I will break this band, I will triumph my honor and I do not intend to give an inch of land to this band,” he promised.
Charged since Wednesday, after two days in police custody, Nicolas Sarkozy has been banned from seeing Brice Hortefeux, Claude Gueant and Ziad Takieddine.