Looks Like Gaddafi Fled His Country

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        "A convoy of six Mercedes cars have crossed from Libya into Algeria, Egypt's state MENA news agency reported on Saturday, quoting a rebel source.

        It was impossible to verify the report and it was not immediately clear who might have been in any convoy, but MENA quoted the source as speculating that senior Libyan officials or Muammar Gaddafi himself and his sons may have fled the country.

        "It is believed that these vehicles were carrying senior Libyan officials, and possibly Gaddafi and his sons," MENA quoted the source as saying.

        Algerian officials were not immediately reachable for comment."

        Naturally, just like Pakistan didn't comment on Bin Laden
        Funny though, as soon as the rebels occupied Tripoli, the price for oil went down. Even though the US doesn't get any oil from Lybia, yet, it is reported to be the lightest, sweetest crude to day; which requires less refining.

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        I'm just watching the news about it now. 

        They were just talking about a hospital where people have been executed as they lay in their beds.  Also, people locked up in boxes left to die in this hospital.  The reporters won't show the scenes because they are too horrific. 

        All we can do is watch this story unfold.


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        I think that Gaddafi will find shelter somewhere but he's no longer a big problem for Lybia now. The big problem is that I don't think that this country will find its peace soon, there are around 800 tribes there and what kept them together for 42 years was Gaddafi and his authoritarian regime. There will be a struggle for power and that might go on for years...

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