British chemist Victor Prazak died with 156 other passengers and crew aboard Libyan Airlines Flight LN1103, downed by a Libyan fighter jet in 1992. Told it was accidental, his widow, Felicity Prazak, wouldn't know what actually happened for nearly two decades.
Now for the first time, she outlines her battle for justice and exposes the brutal regime of Libyan colonel Muammar Gaddafi in her autobiography Living Under Terror: A Woman Who Stood Up to a Dictator.
Prazak, fighting a battle for the truth by herself, receives a picture of a board hanging outside a Benghazi courthouse in 2011. The board includes a caption stating "The Martyrs of Libyan Airline Flight Number LN1103 Which Was Shot Down by Criminal Gaddafi Over Tripoli in 1992/12/22." She doesn't let the civil war raging in Libya-or the pleas of her family-sway her when she decides to travel to Benghazi and see for herself.
Once in Libya, she meets other relatives of victims and learns of the atrocities allegedly committed by Abdullah Senussi, Gaddafi's security chief believed to be responsible for the Flight LN1103 attack. Living Under Terror is the second book by Prazak, who continues to work tirelessly to uncover the truth.
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About the Author
Australian Felicity Prazak lives in London with her two children. She works internationally teaching art and exhibiting her work.
Prazak lost her husband in 1992 when he and 156 other passengers and crew died aboard a downed Libyan plane. She continues to expose the truth about Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's dictatorship in her book Living Under Terror: A Woman Who Stood Up to a Dictator. This is her second book detailing the many wrongs of Gaddafi's regime.