Oct 24, 2011

Free Libya without Gaddafi

body of GaddafiIn Misrata, residents crowded into long lines to get a chance to view the body of Gaddafi, which was laid out on a mattress on the floor of an emptied-out vegetable and onions freezer at a local shopping centre. The body had apparently been stowed in the freezer in an attempt to keep it out of the public eye, but once the location was known, that intention was swept away in the overwhelming desire of residents to see the man they so deeply despised.
Men, women and children filed in to take their picture with the body. The site's guards had even organised separate visiting hours for families and single men.
"We want to see the dog," some chanted.
The body of Gaddafi, 69, was stripped to the waist, his torso and arms streaked with dried blood. Bullet wounds in the chest, abdomen and left side of the head were visible.
The bloody siege of Misrata over the summer instilled a particularly virulent hatred of Gaddafi there - a hatred now mixed with pride because he was captured and killed by fighters from the city.
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  1. May the world see the next picture of the Iranian President laid out dead. That's reason to celebrate!

  2. why we must be awaiting for picture of dead president of Iran?! is he dictator!? or he has attacked to Iraq, Afghanistan, Bahrain, ...
    I don't know where r u from, but I don't know ur reason for this ur wish!

  3. And now, Libya is much better off. What does poverty, death and famine mean when you can kill the man who singlehandedly brought prosperity. Well done, now your country is just as shifty as the rest of africa