Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi....SO DEAD!!!

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#80
Notice how all of the sudden Gadafhi was killed in crossfire, and then he came back alive and bled to death on the compasionate route to the hospital.

I bet the UN and other international organizations told the Rebels previously, "You need to capture him and put him on trial for international war crimes". And now they are doing damage control.

It's quite clear they shot him in the face with his own golden gun.

There's a Libyan doctor saying he bleed to death on the way to the hospital, and clearly the 9mm hole in his head was not a contributing factor. (Not to mention he was dead in the streets on video, and the Rebel fighters said his dead body was transported into an ambulance)

Gotta love the muzzie propaganda
 

Neon

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#83
Notice how all of the sudden Gadafhi was killed in crossfire, and then he came back alive and bled to death on the compasionate route to the hospital.

I bet the UN and other international organizations told the Rebels previously, "You need to capture him and put him on trial for international war crimes". And now they are doing damage control.

It's quite clear they shot him in the face with his own golden gun.

There's a Libyan doctor saying he bleed to death on the way to the hospital, and clearly the 9mm hole in his head was not a contributing factor. (Not to mention he was dead in the streets on video, and the Rebel fighters said his dead body was transported into an ambulance)

Gotta love the muzzie propaganda
Check out this article: ‘THE DUST HASN’T SETTLED YET’: U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE WANTS A PROBE INTO GADHAFI’S DEATH
 

Party Rooster

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#84
They're piecing together how it went down...

UPDATE 5-Gaddafi caught like "rat" in a drain, humiliated and shot
Fri Oct 21, 2011 6:01pm GMT

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By Tim Gaynor and Taha Zargoun

SIRTE, Libya, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi made his final dash for freedom shortly before dawn prayers. Libya's ousted leader, a few dozen loyal bodyguards and the head of his now non-existent army Abu Bakr Younis Jabr, broke out of the two-month siege of his home town Sirte and, forming a convoy of six dozen vehicles, raced through the outskirts to the west.

They did not get far.

French aircraft struck military vehicles belonging to Gaddafi forces near Sirte at about 8:30 a.m. (0630 GMT), said officials.

Images of the drama that followed were soon whizzing around the globe. Footage of a bloodstained and shaken Gaddafi dragged by angry fighters cuts away before what could have been the inglorious end, leaving open the question of how exactly the dictator died.

Interviews conducted separately with those who say they were present build up a picture of Gaddafi's final hours, and together with the footage, give clues about his last stand and demise.

Gaddafi was still alive when he was captured outside Sirte.

In a succession of shaky mobile phone videos, filmed by bystanders in the crowd, he is hauled onto the bonnet of a pick-up truck and held in a sitting position by the scruff of his shirt.

Looking dazed with blood streaming down his face, Gaddafi can be heard saying "God forbids this" several times as slaps from the crowd rain down on his head.

"This is for Misrata you dog," said one man slapping him. The unit which captured Gaddafi was from Misrata, a city that suffered widespread destruction in a lengthy siege after its citizens rose up against 42 years of one-man rule.

"Do you know right from wrong?" Gaddafi says.

"Shut up you dog," someone replies as more blows rain down.

Mahmoud Hamada, a fighter clearly recognisable from the films as being there at the time, said Gaddafi was already barely able to walk when he was captured.

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Hamada said he and others hauled the former despot onto the front of the truck to get him through the crush of fighters to a waiting ambulance some 500 metres (yards) away.

One video shows Gaddafi being heaved off the bonnet of the truck and dragged towards a car, then pulled down by his hair. "Keep him alive, keep him alive!" someone shouts.

But another man in the crowd lets out a high-pitched hysterical scream. Gaddafi then goes out of view and gunshots ring out. Hamada said he did not see Gaddafi dragged to the ground and said the ousted leader was in a bad way, but alive when he was put into the waiting ambulance and it drove away.

"THEY BEAT HIM"

"They captured him alive and while he was being taken away, they beat him and then they killed him," one senior National Transitional Council source told Reuters. "He might have been resisting."

In what appeared to contradict the events in the video, Libya's ruling NTC said Gaddafi was shot in the head in crossfire between government troops and his own supporters while being taken away in the ambulance. He died from the wound minutes before reaching hospital, the prime minister said, but no order had been given to kill him.

A Reuters witness who saw Gaddafi's body in Misrata on Friday said it bore a bullet hole in the side of the head, as well as a large bruise on one side and scratch marks. But who fired the shot and when is still unclear.

Another Reuters reporter came under fire from a Gaddafi gunman at the scene of his leader's capture still holding out some two hours after the former strongman was seized so it is possible troops were shot at as they took him away.

Hamada and other fighters who had been in the area also said there was still fighting going on between remnants of Gaddafi's forces and the NTC well after his capture.

Gaddafi called the rebels who rose up against his autocratic rule "rats", but in the end it was he who was captured cowering in a drainage pipe full of rubbish and filth.

"He called us rats, but look where we found him," said Ahmed Al Sahati, a 27-year-old government fighter, standing next to two stinking drainage pipes under a six-lane highway near Sirte.

TRAPPED

Two miles (3 km) west of Sirte, there were three clusters of cars and pick-up trucks mounted with machine guns burnt out, smashed and smouldering -- one group of 11 vehicles next to an electricity substation, three cars in a field and another cluster of seven pick-ups in another field.

They had clearly been hit by a force far beyond anything the motley army the former rebels has assembled during eight months of revolt to overthrow the once feared leader.

Inside some of the trucks still in their seats sat the charred skeletal remains of drivers and passengers killed instantly by the strike. Other bodies lay mutilated and contorted, strewn across the grass.

There were 95 bodies in all, many of them black Africans.

Less than half were burned alive in the vehicles. Others appeared to have been killed, some of them cut in two, by heavy calibre guns from either an aircraft or from ground fire. Others appeared to have been killed by fragmentation wounds, possibly from exploding rockets and ammunition in the pick-ups.

Government fighter Ahmed al-Masalati from Misrata said he was there. He said Gaddafi's convoy escaped at 6:30 am and went around a roundabout and came under fire from government forces.

"They were trapped in these positions," he said, pointing to the field. "At 8:15 a NATO jet came in, a Mirage. It shot at the group of 11 cars then made another pass and shot at other group at the north end who were held up in seven cars."

That account was confirmed by a Gaddafi prisoner on Friday, Jibril Abu Shnaf, who was captured not far from the convoy.

"I was cooking for the other guys, when all of a sudden they came in and said 'come on, we're leaving'. I got in a civilian car and joined the end of the convoy. We tried to escape along the coast road. But we came under heavy fire, so we tried another way," he told Reuters while in custody in the town of Sirte.

When the air strike came in the convoy had already stopped "but I don't know why, I was just following the others", he said. "Then the only thing I saw was dead bodies all around, dust and debris. It went dark," Shnaf said.

"I saw this guy running," he said, gesturing towards another prisoner beside him, "and I just followed him. I had no idea Muammar was with us until they (his captors) told us."

Gaddafi himself escaped the carnage.

Mansour Daou, leader of Gaddafi's personal bodyguards, was with the ousted leader shortly before he died. He told al Arabiya television that after the air strike the survivors had "split into groups and each group went its own way".

Gaddafi and a handful of his men appeared to have made their way through a stand of trees and taken refuge in the two drainage pipes under the highway.

But NTC fighters were hot on their tail.

"I was with Gaddafi and Abu Bakr Younis Jabr and about four volunteer soldiers," Daou said, adding he had not witnessed his leader's death because he had fallen unconscious after being wounded in the back by a shell explosion.

"MY MASTER IS HERE"

Government fighter Saleem Bakeer said he was there. Other NTC militiamen who also said they were present and, separately interviewed in different locations, all named each other as also having been at the scene and their stories matched closely. One man had what he said was Gaddafi's golden gun.

"At first we fired at them with anti-aircraft guns, but it was no use," said Bakeer, while being feted by his comrades near the road and the drainage pipes. "Then we went in on foot.

"One of Gaddafi's men came out waving his rifle in the air and shouting surrender, but as soon as he saw my face he started shooting at me," he told Reuters.

"Then I think Gaddafi must have told them to stop. 'My master is here, my master is here', he said, 'Muammar Gaddafi is here and he is wounded'," said Bakeer.

"We went in and brought Gaddafi out. He was saying 'what's wrong? What's wrong? What's going on?'. Then we took him and put him in the car," Bakeer said.

At the time of his capture, Gaddafi was already wounded with gunshots to his leg and to his back, Bakeer said.

One of the others who said he took part in the capture of the man who ruled Libya for 42 years said Gaddafi was shot and wounded at the last minute by one of his own men.

"One of Muammar Gaddafi's guards shot him in the chest," said Omran Jouma Shawan.

There were also other versions of events. NTC official Abdel Majid Mlegta told Reuters Gaddafi had been finally cornered in a compound in Sirte after hours of fighting, and wounded in a gun battle with NTC forces.

DECAPITATED

He said Gaddafi kept repeating "What is the matter? What's going on? What do you want?" and resisted as NTC fighters seized him. He added that Gaddafi died of his wounds as he was being transported in an ambulance.

"He was bleeding from his stomach. It took a long time to transport him. He bled to death (in the ambulance)," he said.

Another NTC official, speaking to Reuters anonymously, gave an account of Gaddafi's violent death: "They (NTC fighters) beat him very harshly and then they killed him. This is a war."

Some video footage showed what appeared to be Gaddafi's lifeless body being loaded into an ambulance in Sirte.

Where he was captured, fallen electricity cables partially covered the entrance to the drainage pipes and the bodies of three men, apparently Gaddafi bodyguards, lay there, one in shorts probably due to a bandaged wound on his leg.

Four more bodies lay at the other end of the pipes. All black men, one had his brains blown out, another man had been decapitated, his dreadlocked head lying beside his torso.



Army chief Jabr was also captured alive, Bakeer said, but NTC officials later announced he was also dead.

Joyous government fighters fired their weapons in the air, shouted "Allahu Akbar" and posed for pictures. Others wrote graffiti on the concrete parapets of the highway. One said simply: "Gaddafi was captured here."



http://af.reuters.com/article/libya...21?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=0&sp=true
 

The Godfather

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#86
remember when the "Arab Spring" Libyan flag from early March looked this this..


and now all the sudden it looks like this?


hmmmm...
 

mascan42

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#87
[Opie]Take the wig!!!![/Opie]

Gadhafi was looks-conscious until the end
By Phoebe Connelly | The Envoy – 9 hrs ago

Thursday brought to an abrupt end the months-long hunt for Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi. But as authorities seek to piece together a timeline of his final moments, some striking reminders of his extravagant lifestyle have emerged.

The Washington Post reports Friday that when investigators performed DNA testing on Gadhafi's body, they learned that the vainglorious strongman was wearing a wig. Interim Prime Minster Mahmoud Jibril told the Post that an autopsy team took samples of Gadhafi's blood, saliva and hair--and soon discovered that the hair did not actually belong to the former dictator. Gadhafi's body is now at a mosque outside of Sirte.

The former dictator was known for his vanity--in March, a Brazilian plastic surgeon came forward with an account of a four hour cosmetic procedure he'd performed on Gadhafi in 1995. "He told me that he had been in power for 25 years at that time, and that he did not want the young people of his nation to see him as an old man," Dr. Liacyr Ribeiro told the AP. "I recommended a facelift, but he refused." Gadhafi received hair plugs and had fat from his belly injected into his face to counteract the appearance of aging. The operation occurred in the middle of the night in Gadhafi's compound in Tripoli. He insisted on local anesthesia, so he could remain awake during the procedure; midway through the surgery, he paused to snack on a hamburger.

Gadhafi's hair, real or fake, was a signature. In a 2009 piece anointing the dictator a style icon, Vanity Fair said that Gadhafi's tonsorial look betrayed the influence of wild-maned rock impresario Phil Spector. The magazine put together a slide show of the dictator's fashions--a "homage to a sartorial genius of our time."
 

Ballbuster1

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#88
They keep catching these assholes a few miles from their home towns.

Here's a clue for future rebels. Just keep looking for them at home.

They're too stupid to leave the country.
 

mills

I'll give em a state, a state of unconsciousness
#89
They never end up in Indochina hidin' in a bowl of rice.
 

Ballbuster1

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#90
I like how the "International Community" is concerned with the way he was killed.

Fuck that. He didn't care how his people mistreated or killed others.

No sympathy sold here. His death saved a useless trial.
 

Motor Head

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#91
Not bad, it cost about $1 billion to take out this asshole. How much to take out Hussein? Add some zeros. My faith in the UN is still at almost .0009%, but with American technology and European muscle this asshole died on the cheap.
 

Psychopath

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#92
Notice how all of the sudden Gadafhi was killed in crossfire, and then he came back alive and bled to death on the compasionate route to the hospital.

I bet the UN and other international organizations told the Rebels previously, "You need to capture him and put him on trial for international war crimes". And now they are doing damage control.

It's quite clear they shot him in the face with his own golden gun.

There's a Libyan doctor saying he bleed to death on the way to the hospital, and clearly the 9mm hole in his head was not a contributing factor. (Not to mention he was dead in the streets on video, and the Rebel fighters said his dead body was transported into an ambulance)

Gotta love the muzzie propaganda
In the head twice. Once in the temple, once in the forehead.
 

Norm Stansfield

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#93
I like how the "International Community" is concerned with the way he was killed.

Fuck that. He didn't care how his people mistreated or killed others.

No sympathy sold here. His death saved a useless trial.
His death is not the problem. He would've died anyway. He could've been tried and executed in a matter of hours. The evidence against him is irrefutable. But he wasn't, instead he was lynched.

That violation of a treaty, recorded on video, is the fucking problem. Continued support of the rebels, without an investigation and punishment for the killers, amounts to a criminal conspiracy on the part of NATO and the US government. Not under international law, but under Article Six of the Constitution of the United States. And, since apparently we're not willing to put US boots on the ground, the only option is to let the UN investigate.
 

Creasy Bear

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#95
I wish Kirk was here to explain to us what really happened.
 

Hate & Discontent

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#96
They never end up in Indochina hidin' in a bowl of rice.
I'm prepared to scour the the Earth for that motherfucker. If Butch goes to Indochina, I want a ****** waiting in a bowl of rice ready to pop a cap in his ass.


I like how the "International Community" is concerned with the way he was killed.

Fuck that. He didn't care how his people mistreated or killed others.

No sympathy sold here. His death saved a useless trial.
Bingo.

His death is not the problem. He would've died anyway. He could've been tried and executed in a matter of hours. The evidence against him is irrefutable. But he wasn't, instead he was lynched.

That violation of a treaty, recorded on video, is the fucking problem. Continued support of the rebels, without an investigation and punishment for the killers, amounts to a criminal conspiracy on the part of NATO and the US government. Not under international law, but under Article Six of the Constitution of the United States. And, since apparently we're not willing to put US boots on the ground, the only option is to let the UN investigate.
Kaddafi was not a US citizen. The shitbirds that shot him are not US citizens. The incident did not happen on US soil. Therefore, what the fuck does our constitution have to do with it?
I'm not sure Geneva Convention even covers an event like this, since this was not a declared conflict between two states, but an internal uprising.
 

mascan42

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#97
Even if his execution was illegal under the Geneva Convention, good luck finding who did it. Either everyone will claim credit, or no-one will.
 

Buster H

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#98
Kaddafi was not a US citizen. The shitbirds that shot him are not US citizens. The incident did not happen on US soil. Therefore, what the fuck does our constitution have to do with it?
I'm not sure Geneva Convention even covers an event like this, since this was not a declared conflict between two states, but an internal uprising.
I think the true problem lies in the bolded text

That violation of a treaty, recorded on video, is the fucking problem. Continued support of the rebels, without an investigation and punishment for the killers, amounts to a criminal conspiracy on the part of NATO and the US government. Not under international law, but under Article Six of the Constitution of the United States. And, since apparently we're not willing to put US boots on the ground, the only option is to let the UN investigate.
Overall, I agree with you Plank, but Norm does make a good point. We really can't continue to give support WITHOUT having some sort of investigation. Not a good idea to support a group that APPEARS to have grossly violated the Geneva Convention.
 

Hate & Discontent

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#99
I think the true problem lies in the bolded text



Overall, I agree with you Plank, but Norm does make a good point. We really can't continue to give support WITHOUT having some sort of investigation. Not a good idea to support a group that APPEARS to have grossly violated the Geneva Convention.
From Wiki...

Common Article 3 relating to Non-International Armed Conflict
This article states that the certain minimum rules of war apply to armed conflict that is not of an international character, but that are contained within the boundaries of a single country. The applicability of this article rests on the interpretation of the term armed conflict.[10] For example it would apply to conflicts between the Government and rebel forces, or between two rebel forces, or to other conflicts that have all the characteristics of war but that are carried out within the confines of a single country. A handful of individuals attacking a police station would not be considered an armed conflict subject to this article, but only subject to the laws of the country in question.[10]
The other Geneva Conventions are not applicable in this situation but only the provisions contained within Article 3,[10] and additionally within the language of Protocol II. The rationale for the limitation is to avoid conflict with the rights of Sovereign States that were not part of the treaties. When the provisions of this article apply, it states that:

Persons taking no active part in hostilities, including military persons who have ceased to be active as a result of sickness, injury, or detention, should be treated humanely.

The wounded and sick shall be collected and cared for.
So, on the face of that statement, it thickens things a bit, and would be dependent on the circumstances of Kadaffi's death. However, since rules regarding treatment of prisoners are apparently moot, it seems to me that Geneva can go fuck itself.
 

gleet

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This is no laughing matter. Wait, maybe it is. Stay classy, Hillary.

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