Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Squatters rights group move into Gaddafi son's £11million mansion demanding it is 'returned to the Libyan people'

Squatters unfurl a banner on the roof of the £11million property which was on the market until last month
Saif did tell his people that the west wanted to take over!!

On one side they fill their people's heads with that the-west-is-the-problem-zionist-stuff and on the otherside they are up here living in the lap of luxury.


Squatters have taken over an £11million mansion owned by Colonel Gaddafi's son in a protest against the dictator.

The group - calling themselves Topple the Tyrants - have said they will stay in the eight-bedroom Georgian-style house until 'it can be returned to the Libyan people'.

The property, reportedly owned by Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, has been on the rental market for £9,750 per week.

Police said they are monitoring the situation at the Hampstead property - although no arrests have been made.

The extravagant home, in one of the capital's most exclusive neighbourhoods, is fitted with a swimming pool, sauna and cinema.

It was on the market until last month but was withdrawn and instead put up for rent for more than £500,000 per year.

A banner was unfurled on the property today which said 'Out of Libya Out Of London.

Signs on the property in English and Arabic said 'revolution' and 'solidarity'.

Banners said 'Solidarity' and told the Gaddafi's to get 'Out of London' The group have said they will stay until the property is returned to the Libyan people

Saif’s four-level, double-fronted property has underfloor heating throughout and was bought complete with two dishwashers, microwaves, as well as fridges and freezers.


Squatting: Group in north London home of Seif al-Islam Gaddafi said they switched on the news as soon as they got in on the extra large television
Squatting: Group in north London home of Seif al-Islam Gaddafi said they switched on the news as soon as they got in on the extra large television
Squatter
Supplies: Man arrives at home
Squatters covered their faces as they clambered into the property and refused to reveal their true identities today

The property is owned by a company in the Virgin Islands and was bought without a mortgage.
The leader of the group, who gave his name as Montgomery Jones, told the Evening Standard: 'We want to make sure the property goes back into the hand of the Libyan people who deserve it.

'We're here for a serious reason, we're not here to luxuriate: I don't think what we are doing is legal but I don't think it's relevant if you are talking about something this important.'

Officers were called to the address but they have said they are currently treating it as a 'civil matter'

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