Flynn saw no difference between taking money from Saadi and Muammar.
In exclusive interviews on This Week, Christiane Amanpour spoke to Muammar Gaddafi's sons Saif and Saadi.
Saadi, on the other hand, plans on hiring a lawyer to fight the travel ban levied on the country.
The records also show that Saadi confessed to plans to attack foreign companies in Libya.
Saadi was imprisoned at age 16, just before the Oslo Accords were signed, for the crime of carrying a Palestinian flag.
The influence of such a character brings to mind another passage from Saadi.
He did not know why Emerson in antique setting was not as good as Saadi.
Saadi says that Araf appears a hell to the happy, and a Paradise to the damned.
Then it was a blessed life, a holy calling, as Saadi had said.
And the good behavior of rulers is a point to which Saadi constantly returns.