Moammar Gadhafi Killed Video
October 21, 2011 by staff
Moammar Gadhafi Killed Video, Longtime dictator of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, has been killed after the capture of his home town of Sirte. There were confusing reports Gaddafi capture and death, and questions remain about exactly how he died.
Arab stations showed graphic images of the bald, goatee Gaddafi – wounded, with a bloody face and shirt – but alive. Later video showed soldiers shooting the lifeless body of Gaddafi on the pavement, bare-chested and a pool of blood under his head.
While he was still alive, gave fighters pulled back on the hood of a truck, perhaps to parade him in public. A soldier held it, by clicking on the thigh with a pair of shoes in a show of contempt.
Standing, he put on a path of Sirte by combatants who shouted “God is great”.
Gaddafi seems to fight them, stumbling and screaming like push fighters to the hood of a truck.
“We want to live. We want to live,” shouted a man before he dragged Gaddafi, some fighters pulling his hair, into an ambulance.
Most accounts agree Gaddafi had taken refuge with armed supporters of the last buildings in the hands of a few loyalists in the Mediterranean coastal city, furiously fighting the revolutionary fighters. The Sirte battle has been raging for over a month.
At one point, a convoy tried to escape and was beaten by NATO air attacks, carried out by French warplanes. French Defense Minister Gerard Longuet said the convoy of 80 vehicles carrying Gaddafi and was trying to escape the city. The strikes halted the convoy, but do not destroy, and then moved to the revolutionary fighters in the vehicle carrying Gaddafi.
A fighter who said he was in battle, told AP Television News that the final struggle took place in an opulent compound. Busam Adel said the convoy tried to leave, but after being beaten, he turned and went back into the room. Several hundred fighters attacked.
“I found,” Busam said Gaddafi. “We saw them beating him (Gaddafi) and someone fired a 9 mm pistol … and then took him away.”
Military spokesman Colonel Ahmed Bani in Tripoli told Al-Jazeera TV that a wounded Gaddafi “, tried to resist (the revolutionary forces) so it took him down.”
Bashaga Fathi, spokesman for the military Misrata council, whose forces took part in the battle, said the fighters surrounded the convoy and exchanged fire. In a vehicle, they found Gaddafi, wounded in the neck, and took him to an ambulance. “What do you want?” Gaddafi called on revolutionary approaches, Bashaga, citing witnesses.
Gaddafi bled to death from his wounds half hour later, he said. Warring said he died in the ambulance en route to Misrata, 120 miles of Sirte.
Abdel-Jalil Abdel-Aziz, a doctor who accompanied the body in the ambulance and examined it, said Gaddafi died of two gunshot wounds – in the head and chest.
“You can imagine my happiness today. I can not describe my happiness,” he told The Associated Press. “Tyranny is gone. Now the Libyan people can rest.”
In the United States, President Obama addressed Gaddafi’s death in a news conference. “The Transitional National Council informed the United States Gaddafi’s death, shortly before the announcement of Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril his nation at the time that many had expected had come, a U.S. official said. The White House and State Department, is expected to release official answers later on Thursday, “Obama said, according to the Associated Press. “You’ve won the revolution,” he continued, “One of the oldest dictators the world no longer exists.”
In Tripoli, the celebrations are already underway with guns and blowing the horn. “We heard a lot of celebratory gunfire,” Caroline Hawley BBC reports.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Libya on Tuesday to offer a new aid package. She told students during a meeting in Tripoli, “We expect [Gaddafi] can be captured or killed before so you do not have to fear more.”
Gaddafi was ousted in August, and his whereabouts were unknown for months. The International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, the former president accused Libya of crimes against humanity.
Reuters also reports that an official of the National Transitional Council, the interim government of Libya, has confirmed the death of Abu Bakr Yunis Jabr, the Minister of Defense of Gaddafi.
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