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Libya / Revolution / Kadhafi Death / A Discussion (Part I) #1005229

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 20, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New YouTube video of a wounded Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi being manhandled by a crowd, photos of his body and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's reaction to reports of Kadhafi being captured shown. [President OBAMA - says a coalition stopped Kadhafi and protected Libyan civilians.] What we know about Kadhafi's demise in Sirte or Misrata as revolutionary fighters closed in reviewed; scenes shown of the shot-up Kadhafi convoy, the drainage pipe, a captured Kadhafi and his golden pistol; details given of reports about how he may have died.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with "Daily Telegraph" reporter Ben Farmer about what happened; inset video shown. [FARMER - says the convoy was hit by a NATO bomb, Kadhafi fled into a nondescript drain under the road, how he was captured, bloodied and alive and a suggestion he was executed.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Tripoli: Dan Rivers) The jubilant mood in Tripoli today, what is known/not known about how and when he died discussed; inset video of Kadhafi alive after being captured and being hit by his own shoes shown.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Rivers, Dan
Duration:
00:14:20

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