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Colonel Gaddafi’s compound was hit by an air strike in Tripoli on Saturday night. He escaped death, but three of his grandchildren and his youngest son were reportedly killed. However, Bin Laden's death effectively buried the news.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's 29-year-old son and three of his grandchildren were reportedly killed by a NATO air strike Saturday. All the children were said to be under 12 years old.
But within 24 hours, the US president announced the death of the world's most wanted terrorist – news which overshadowed anything coming from Libya.
“The idea of extraj
I find that statement to be absurd.
Originally posted by Zamini
reply to post by phatpackage
Hopefully Gaddafi will use this time to think about what has happened to the scumbag Bin Laden.
From which mafia movie did you take this line? ;-)
Originally posted by phatpackage
reply to post by SpeachM1litant
Hopefully Gaddafi will use this time to think about what has happened to the scumbag Bin Laden. He should reconsider his options. I would be able to sleep very well at night knowing that Gaddafi can be terminated just like Bin Laden at any given time if he does not co-operate!
Originally posted by CharterZZ
U.S has already stated that what happened to Gaddafi’s son and grandchildren was LEGAL.
I dont understand how they arrived at that conculsion but you have to understand they will always find ways to make things legal.