Moammar Gadhafi Death Body
October 20, 2011 by staff
Moammar Gadhafi Death Body, Muammar Gaddafi called on the rebels who rose up against its 42-year-man rule “rats”, but in the end it was he who was captured hiding in a drainage tube full of dirt and grime.
In strange scenes, it was reported the former Libyan dictator was found hiding in a culvert drainage gold waving a gun while trying to flee the fighting in the National Transitional Council, which had invaded his hometown and final stronghold on Thursday.
Moments later, his bloody body was stripped and shown worldwide mobile video.
Gaddafi, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of ordering the killing of civilians, was overthrown by rebel forces on 23 August, a week before the 42nd anniversary of the coup that brought him to power in 1969.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper officially acknowledged the reports of the death of Muammar Gaddafi on Thursday, saying the former dictator’s demise, says the beginning of a new era for the Libyan people.
He added that Canada’s military mission in Libya relax now that Gaddafi has been murdered.
After Libya, Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril confirmed his death, the new national flag, raised by the rebels who forced their capital Gaddafi Tripoli in August, the streets and squares filled with a jubilant crowd shouted with joy and fired into the air .
In Sirte, a fishing village at once grandiose plans that had built up a new “capital of Africa”, the fighters danced, brandishing the golden gun who said they had taken from Gaddafi.
“He called us rats, but look where we are,” said Ahmed Al Sahati, a government soldier 27 years old, standing beside two stinking drains beneath a six-lane highway.
Reports indicate that shortly before dawn prayers on Thursday, Gaddafi, surrounded by a dozen bodyguards and accompanied some of the faithful by the head of the now-defunct army Jabr Abu Bakr Yunis broke the siege of two months of Sirte and paused to the west.
But do not get very far. NATO said the plane hit military vehicles belonging to the pro-Gaddafi near Sirte at 8:30 am (0630 GMT) on Thursday, but the alliance said he was unsure whether the attacks had killed Gaddafi.
Fifteen trucks with heavy machine guns had been burned, torn and smoky beside a sub power station about 20 meters from the main road, about three miles west of Sirte.
They were clearly affected by a force far beyond anything the army of the former rebels have gathered during the eight months of the revolt to overthrow the leader once feared.
But there was a bomb crater, indicating that the strike could have been carried out by a helicopter gunship, or had been bombed by a fighter jet.
Inside the trucks are still in their seats were the charred remains of the skeleton of drivers and passengers died on the spot by the strike. Other bodies lay mangled and twisted scattered on the grass. Some 50 bodies in total.
Gaddafi himself and a handful of his men escaped death and apparently passed by a group of trees towards the main road and hid in the two drains.
However, a group fighting the government were in the queue.
“At first they fired anti-aircraft weapons, but to no avail,” said Salem Bakeer, being feted by his teammates near the road. “Then we went on foot.
“One of the men came out waving his rifle Gaddafi in the air and screaming delivery, but as soon as she saw my face started to shoot me,” he told Reuters.
“Then I guess I should have said that Gaddafi stops.” My teacher is here, my love is here, “he said,” Muammar Gaddafi is here and is wounded, “said Bakeer.
“We went in and carried out Gaddafi. He was saying ‘What? What? What’s going on?’. So he took and put it in the car,” said Bakeer.
At the time of capture, Gaddafi was wounded and shot in the leg and back, Bakeer said.
Other government fighters who said they participated in the capture of Gaddafi, separately confirmed Bakeer version of the facts, but one said that the man who ruled Libya for 42 years was shot in the last minute by one of his own men .
The downed power lines partially covered the entrance to the pipes and the bodies of three men, apparently was Gaddafi’s bodyguards at the entrance to one end, one in shorts, probably due to a wound in his leg bandaged.
Four more bodies were on the other end of the tubes. All black men, one had his brains blown, another man had been decapitated, his dreadlocked head lying beside his torso.
Government merry fighters fired their guns into the air, shouted “Allahu Akbar” and posed for photos. Others wrote graffiti on the concrete parapet of the road.
“Gaddafi was captured here,” said one simply.
After that Gaddafi was taken to the nearby city of Sirte, where he and his dwindling band of die-hard supporters had made a final in a hail of missiles and artillery fire in a desperate two-month siege.
Video footage showed Gaddafi, dazed and wounded but still alive clearly and gesturing with his hands as he was dragged from a pickup truck by a group of jostling angry group of government soldiers beat him and pulled his hair .
He then appeared to fall to the ground and was engulfed by the crowd. NTC officials said Gaddafi later died of his wounds after capture.
A son of Gaddafi, Saif al-Islam heir, was in general, they believed.
After rising in February this long disaffected country around Benghazi – inspired by the movements of the Arab spring that toppled the leaders of neighboring countries Tunisia and Egypt – the revolt against Gaddafi ground slowly across the country before a dramatic turnaround saw the fall of Tripoli, in August.
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