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Libya / Revolution / Kadhafi Death #1005787

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 21, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New video of Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi's son in captivity and the video of fighters knocking Kadhafi around before he wound up dead shown. What is known about Kadhafi's final moments reviewed; scenes shown of him bloody and beaten and dead in the morgue in Misrata. [Libyan FIGHTER - {thru translator} recounts finding Kadhafi in the hole.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with ITN Channel 4 News editor Lindsey Hilsum about Kadhafi's capture and death; video shown. [HILSUM - says people were found in the drainage ditch with mercenaries surrendering and saying Kadhafi was there; comments on reports about his capture and what happened to African fighters captured with him.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Misrata: Dan Rivers) The view that Kadhafi was not killed in a crossfire after he was caught and when he may have been shot in the head, the view of Libyans about the death and the execution of a man who should have been put on trial discussed; inset video shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Rivers, Dan

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