The Libyan officials then struck out at the reports, saying that they demanded proof of the cluster munitions use.
HRW eventually put up the photos you see in the linked article pertaining to the alleged attacks.
The photos are interesting for several reasons:
1) There are no photos of a general street scene where the munitions were allegedly found, showing the munitions on the street itself
2) The photos are taken inside a non-descript room, that could be anywhere in the world
3) Any person or persons who appear in the photos released so far, have their heads out of shot (or cropped) so no-one can be identified.
4) The only photo showing a munition outside on a wall has such a blurry background that the location can not be identified
This stinks of propaganda, in order to get an UN resolution.
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 16-4-2011 by mirageofdeceit because: (no reason given)