Editor's note: Fadel Al-Ameen and General Mark Kimmitt talk to Anderson about Gadhafi's whereabouts.
well i believe that Gedaffi is still in Tripoli he has no escape not negotiations would help at the meantime the only thing he would be able to do so to cause as much damages as possible to the city of Tripoli and its population,,,, the battle of Tripoli is not done yet it is not even close to be done and we are all aware of this except for the people who has a hasty look for the situation !! and as long as Moamer Al Gedaffi, his sons and daughter and disappeared militias are out somewhere that things are 90% in danger... and i got this feeling that Moamer is waiting for the NTC people to come all the way west to the capital city of Libya " Tripoli " and then some hysterical pathetic actions will start ,,,, it is just an opinion from a regular Libyan citizin but anyone who has been dealing with Gedaffi and his brutal grip would definitely be aware that the battle of Tripoli just started just be aware !!
I think Gadafi is held up in the reporters hotel and the "Minders" are keeping the reporters there for insurance, or for hostages later.
He is probably at the Rixos Hotel since a couple dozen international journalists are held there against their will. Maybe it is time to air the face of each journalist, let them say something to their friends and loved ones. I fear for them because in all likelihood that place is rigged to go after Gadhafi and his sons sap every last drop of usefulness in holding these journalists against their will. The journalists ought to at least be given a couple minutes each to say what is one their mind because it might be the last anyone sees of them and frankly with every passing minute the situation is really getting out of hand for them.
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