Skip to comments.Video Shows Gaddafi Alive, Then Dead (Warning Graphic)
Posted on 10/21/2011 9:23:10 AM PDT by Freepmanchew
The final end of Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. While you do not see Gaddafi assassinated, you do see him still alive in the first video. He is even fending off his captors who have him. Then near the end of the video, you will hear gunshots. In the second video you will see that Gadaffi is dead, and hear the rebels celebrate by shooting their weapons in the air. They also show his now lifeless body. So be warned, because both videos are graphic and could be very disturbing to see.
Follow this link to see Gaddafi's End
So where’s the Bin Laden pics?
So....THIS is what democracy looks like?
Gaddafi wasn’t that ugly in his younger age. With all that money, he couldn’t afford one stylist?
It is if you consider democracy stands for democracy only for islamic terrorist groups like the Islamic brotherhood, or Middle east disctators.
These same animals were cheering the return of the Lockerbie bomber.
What was that the one was yelling? Something “Achbar” ?
I do believe the vote would be close if ever taken.
Keith Richards just keeps going and going...
All other factors aside, this is how all tyrants should come to an end.
MO was not looking MUCH worse dead than alive.
The best headline of the decade goes to the New York Post, “Gaddafi Killed By a Yankee’s Fan”. Apparently, someone actually found the frame where Gadddafi is being shot, and identifed his assasin as a teen-ager who was wearing a New York Yankee’s ball cap.
“What was that the one was yelling? Something Achbar ?”
I’ve noticed a few times recently on Fox news that instead of saying “They were yelling Allah Achbar” they now say “They were yelling the words God is Great in arabic”. Wonder why the change?????
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