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The worst corrupted silent killers and dictators on the world:- who’s peoples power make their own personnel business or PLC

Must be removed by all costs. Africa and Arab peoples also need the normal life in democratic system.

  1. Ethiopia Meles Zenawi  21 years silent killer the worst corrupted of the world
  2. Burkina Faso Blaise Campaor 24 Years
  3. Sudan Omar Bashire 21 years
  4. Cameron Pual Biya  29 years
  5. Chad Indres Duby 21 years
  6. Uganda Yuri Museveine 25 years
  7. Congo  Joseph Kabila
  8. Zembabuwe Robert Mugabe 31 years
  9. Yeman Ali Abdalha Salih 32 years
  10. Suad Arabiya Abdula Ben Abdulz  all times ruler 6 years
  11. Iran Sayyid Ali Kameni 22 years
  12. Oman Qaboons Bin Said 41 years
  13. Kazakistan Nursultan A Nazarbayev 21 years
  14. Uzbekistan Islam Karimov 20 years
  15. Tajikstan Emomail rahmon 19 years
  16. Belarus Aleksander Lukashenko 16 years
  17. Burma Than Shwe  19 years
  18. Morocco Mohmadi Av 12 years
  19. North Koriya Kim Jong  II
  20. Angola Dos Santos more than 20 years
  21. Algeria Abdulaziz Boutealika
  22. Libya Muammur Qaddaf
  23. Jordan Abdulha II 12 years
  24. Sriya Bashar Assad 11 years
  25. Qatar Ahemd Bin Kalifa 16 years
  26. Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obing Nuguma 30 years
  27. Djibouti Ismeal Umar Gullleh 12 years 
  28. Swaziland Maswati III 24 years
  29. Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah 44 years the richest leader on the world
  30. Egypt Mousni Mubarak 30 years with 70 billon dollars

This is evidence for dictators genocide against all human, kind.

Tripoli, Libya (CNN) -- The badly burned former nanny of two of Moammar Gadhafi's grandchildren was receiving medical treatment Tuesday in the burn unit of a Tripoli hospital.

Shwygar Mullah says the wife of Gadhafi's son Hannibal poured boiling water on her for failing to keep a child quiet.

She is being treated with antibiotics for an infection. Her burns are dressed.

CNN first met Mullah on Sunday while visiting the luxurious former home of Hannibal Gadhafi.

As a CNN crew was about to leave, one of the staff members mentioned a nanny who worked for Hannibal Gadhafi. He said that Hannibal's wife, Aline, had burned the nanny.

Gadhafi's family accused of brutality
Captives executed in Libya
Sadistic brutality in Libya

At first it looked as though the nanny was wearing a hat and something over her face. Then the crew realized that her scalp and face were covered in red wounds and scabs, a mosaic of injuries that rendered her face into a grotesque patchwork.

Even though the burns were inflicted three months ago, she clearly was still in considerable pain, but she told her story calmly.

She'd been the nanny to Hannibal's little son and daughter.

The 30-year-old came to Libya from her native Ethiopia a year ago. At first things seemed OK, but then six months into her employment she was burned by Aline, she said.

Three months later the same thing happened again, this time much more seriously.

In soft tones, she said Aline lost her temper when her daughter wouldn't stop crying and Mullah refused to beat the child.

"She took me to a bathroom. She tied my hands behind my back, and tied my feet. She taped my mouth, and she started pouring the boiling water on my head like this," she said, imitating the vessel of scalding hot water being poured over her head.

She peeled back the garment draped carefully over her body. Her chest, torso and legs are all mottled with scars -- some old, some still red, raw and weeping. As she spoke, clear liquid oozed from an open wound on her head.

After one attack, "There were maggots coming out of my head, because she had hidden me and no one had seen me," Mullah said.

Photographs show Mullah's terrible condition when she first arrived at the hospital in June -- taken by doctors who started to treat her.

They say they were bullied by Hannibal Gadhafi's staff into stopping treatment.

Hospital director Rida Franka told CNN: "After three days they came and threatened me here and said you have to discharge the case or otherwise you have a lot of problems."

Despite the threats, a guard later brought the nanny back secretly for more treatment. When the Gadhafi family found out, doctors say they were again ordered to stop treatment.

And after Aline Gadhafi found out about the kind actions of Mullah's co-worker, he was threatened with imprisonment if he dared to help her again.

"When she did all this to me, for three days, she wouldn't let me sleep," Mullah said. "I stood outside in the cold, with no food. She would say to staff, 'If anyone gives her food, I'll do the same to you.' I had no water -- nothing."

Her colleague, a man from Bangladesh who didn't want to give his name, says he was also regularly beaten and slashed with knives. He corroborated Mullah's account and said the family's dogs were treated considerably better than the staff.

Mullah was forced to watch as the dogs ate and she was left to go hungry, he said.

CNN has been inundated with offers of assistance for Mullah and is working with humanitarian organizations and medical officials to get help for her.

As soon as information is available, CNN will let people know how to help on CNN and



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