Gadhafi’s Last Words

October 22, 2011 by staff 

Gadhafi’s Last Words, Muammar Gaddafi made his final dash for freedom just before dawn prayers. Ousted leader of Libya, a dozen bodyguards and faithful head of his now-defunct army Jabr Abu Bakr Yunis, broke the siege of two months of his hometown, Sirte and form a convoy of six vehicles dozen ran through the Outside the west.They not get very far.

French aircraft hit military vehicles belonging to Gaddafi forces near Sirte at 8:30 am (0630 GMT), officials said.

Images of the drama that followed soon everyone buzzing. Images of a bloodied and shaken Gaddafi angry fighters dragged a short distance before it could have been the inglorious end, leaving open the question of exactly how the dictator died.

The separate interviews with those who say they were present construct an image of the last hours of Gaddafi, and along with the images, give clues about his latest and death.

Gaddafi was alive when he was captured outside of Sirte.

In a series of unstable mobile phone video, filmed by spectators, which is carried on the hood of a pick-up and remains in a sitting position by the collar of his shirt.

Looking dazed with blood streaming down his face, Gaddafi can be heard saying “God forbid” repeatedly slapping the rain crowd on his head.

“This is for Misrata dog,” said a man beating him. The unit was captured Misrata Gaddafi, a city that suffered great destruction after a long siege of its citizens rose up against 42 years of rule by one man.

“You know right from wrong?” Gaddafi asked.

“Shut up dog,” someone responds more blows rained.

Mahmoud Hamada, a fighter clearly recognizable from the movies to be there at that time, Gaddafi said and he could barely walk when he was captured.

Hamada said he and others pulled the old despot in the front of the truck to carry it through the crowd of combatants in an ambulance at about 500 meters away.

Video shows Qaddafi launched off the hood of the truck and dragged her into a car, dragged by the hair. “Keep alive, keep him alive,” shouted someone.

Another man in the crowd lets out a sharp cry hysterically. Gaddafi is going out of sight. Shots ring. Hamada said that Gaddafi was dragged on the floor and said the ousted leader was badly, but alive when he was placed in the ambulance and left.

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