Libyan authorities want to try Muammar Gadaffi's sonListen /
Authorities in Libya have informed the International Criminal Court (ICC) that they want to prosecute the son of the late Muammar Gaddafi for crimes committed during the uprising in the country.
That's what Luis Moreno Ocampo said on Wednesday during his last report to the Security Council as the ICC Prosecutor.
Mr. Ocampo said ICC judges identified three individuals as being most responsible for the crimes.
They are Muammar Gaddafi, who was killed by opposition fighters in October last year, his son Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah A1-Senussi, former head of Libya's Intelligence Service.
"The office informed that if the Libyan authorities decided to prosecute the same individuals for the same crimes under investigation by the International Criminal Court they should submit an admissibility challenge and it will decided by the ICC judges. Today I inform the Security Council that the Libyan authorities have arrested Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and have presented such a challenge."