Khadafi Words Before Death
Former ruler of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, kept his promise to die in their own country. He died from a gunshot wound to the head, after being captured soldiers of the National Transitional Council (NTC) in an aqueduct, about two miles from his hometown of Sirte.
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“Do not shoot, do not shoot,” said NTC Khadafi to a number of soldiers who dragged him from the culvert, as reported by the Telegraph.
When caught, Gaddafi was covered in blood. Injured while avoiding attack NATO troops and the NTC, a few minutes earlier.
“When we catch him and surrounded him, he’s like an idiot. He said, What happened, what have I done?’ No one believed his words, “said Mohammad Elhweje, the army also arrested 20-year-Gaddafi along with nine other soldiers.
Some photos and video footage showing outstanding Gaddafi paraded through the streets after being dragged from the culvert. With her head covered in blood with a fashion almost entirely date, Gaddafi became the butt of a soldier who seemed satisfied with his victory. Someone put a gun. Someone grabbed her hair. Gaddafi fell several times, rubbing his face covered in blood.
Based on amateur video footage, news service Sky News Gaddafi to catch the words of the soldiers who began to torment him. “What you do is not permitted by Islamic law. All you do is prohibited in Islam. Do you know the difference between right and wrong?”
It is unclear how Gaddafi finally breathed her last. Some call was shot in the stomach with a 9mm pistol. Some call Gaddafi was shot in the head and heart. There is also a mention was shot in an attack while the procession takes place.
Implementing Libyan Prime Minister, Mahmoud Jibril, said that Gaddafi was shot in the head during a shootout between soldiers and loyalists Gaddafi NTC.
“Gaddafi was found in a culvert. He did not show resistance. At that time, he had been injured in the right arm and we took the truck. On the way there was a shootout between army troops we were with Gaddafi loyalists,” he said.