fighters-turned-jailors who run what passes for a justice system in
Libya's Gharyan region say they are making the best of a bad business.
"We need help from the
government. We are paying for food and medicine from our own pockets,"
said Ayad Sager, still dressed in desert camouflage fatigues, with an
AK-47 assault rifle slung around his shoulder, three months after the
end of the civil war.