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Documents Takieddine. Delivered by the clan Sarkozy, the French 4x4 protecting Qaddafi
BY FABRICE ARFI, KARL LASK
Muammar Gaddafi, the elusive "leader" of Libya, is it still protected by France? This is a detail that Nicolas Sarkozy did not dare mention on his trip "triumph" in Tripoli last week. Indicted last Wednesday by Judge Renaud Van Ruymbeke in the case of arms sales to Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, Ziad Takieddine provided the Libyan regime in 2008, a 4 × 4 stealth manufactured by French company Bull Amesys (ex-i2e) to secure the movement of Muammar Gaddafi. A vehicle that can now be extremely useful for the flight of ousted leader.
The sale of this equipment has benefited, since 2007, the support of Interior Minister, Nicolas Sarkozy, and his chief of staff of then, Claude Gueant. The machine was eventually delivered from 2008, with the green light this time of the Elysee.
Contract in support, Mediapart may disclose the technical specifications of the concentration of technology delivered to the Libyans, for the sum of 4 million euros. This is a 4 × 4 armored Mercedes ML equipped with a Faraday cage - to protect the occupants of external electric fields - and an electronic device capable of neutralizing jamming all radio frequencies within hundred meters around the vehicle.
Since then, electronic 4 × 4 Gaddafi is marketed by Bull Amesys as the "Shadow system." This is a jammer "smart (...) based on a unique technology," which covers both the "interception, interference and neutralization" of explosives remotely, can be read in a white paper in April 2011. Material also "able to instantly detect more than 2,000 threats." "Shadow is intended for the armed forces and also meets the needs of internal security, said Bull. It not only helps protect passengers in vehicles and critical areas against the remote-controlled explosive devices but also the identification of enemy communications and control of radio communications. " Shadow "issues only on the presence of a threat and reconfigures itself automatically depending on its location - taking into account the international frequency plans," adds Bull. The development of the car Gaddafi has not was no fear in Amesys. "We could not call the head when they were testing the system: mobile phones were not working, remembers a frame. The car emits a microwave oven outdoors. He better not come close. "
Transfers to offshore Takieddine
According to documents in our possession, the sale of this vehicle was one component of the contract's overall security plan, "Homeland Security Program," signed in 2007 to 26.5
million euros, by Philippe Vannier , the current CEO of Bull - then leader of the subsidiary Amesys - thanks to the care of Mr. Takieddine. The contract includes the sale of
equipment for encrypting communications plan (3 million), but also espionage internet (12.5 million).
On September 1, Amesys had confirmed the sale of a "material analysis of a fraction of existing Internet connections," but was soon shut down its own commercial website. The site is Amesys.fr since that day officially "under renovation".
Takieddine Ziad, who was working with Claude Gueant, chief of staff of interior minister and secretary general of the Elysee Palace, received 4.5 million euros in commissions Amesys (ex-i2e) between 2007 and 2008 for such sales to Libya. Internally, Philippe Vannier confirmed payment "commercial services" performed, he said, "within the law." In reality, these payments, which have not yet been found in the accounts of the company, have passed through the accounts of offshore companies, before being transferred on behalf of Mr. Takieddine, the Al-Ahli International Bank of Beirut. Being a high percentage of a contract, these "commercial services" should fall under the law of June 2000 which punishes corruption of foreign public officials and prohibits such fees.