IRA Canary Wharf bomb victim wants Libya chief in dock
A man seriously injured in the IRA’s Canary Wharf bomb has called for a leading member of Colonel Gaddafi's government to stand trial at the International Criminal Court.
Gaddafi's intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senoussi was captured alive in Libya on Sunday.
He had been included in a writ for a US civil legal action in 2006.
Justice campaigners had claimed he was a leading figure in providing the IRA with Semtex used for explosions.
Jonathan Ganesh, who was badly injured in the 1996 London Docklands bomb, said: “Senoussi is a very dangerous man who was involved in the murder of countless UK and Irish people.
“We must insure that international justice prevails for all the people who were killed.”