The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said this month that evidence was emerging that Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi had authorized his soldiers to rape Libyan women, an assertion that seemed to confirm months of rumors about a brutal, continuing campaign.
“We have information that there was a policy to rape in Libya those who were against the government,” the prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, said at a recent news conference. There is evidence, he said, that anti-impotence drugs were bought in bulk and supplied to soldiers. In some parts of Libya, he said, there may have been hundreds of victims.
In light of Scott Adams' views on "rape" as a "natural" part of the male psyche, I'm sure he'll tell us that this policy as just fine with him. Dilbert is dead to me.