Libya has enough evidence to charge Muammar Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam with crimes against humanity, lawyers have told the International Criminal Court.
Evidence against Saif includes how he allegedly told Libyan security forces during a television broadcast to use violence shortly after the outbreak of the uprising in mid-February last year, Libya's lawyer Sands said.
Tripoli also alleges that Saif ordered the use of live rounds against civilian demonstrators and that he recruited Pakistani mercenaries to put down the revolt.
Saif has been in custody in the north-western Libyan hill town of Zintan since his arrest last November in the wake of the uprising that toppled his father after more than 40 years in power.
Senussi was extradited to Libya last month from Mauritania, where he was arrested in March as he tried to enter the country from Morocco using a Malian passport under a different name. "