March 3rd, 2011
11:45 PM ET
soundoff (6 Responses)
  1. Rashid Bseikri

    Hi Mr.Cooper,
    I appreciate you fair and honest coverage of the uprising in Libya. My name is Rashid Bseikri. I was born an raised in Benghazi, Libya. I was an active student during my college years. Mid 70s, I was a Law School student during those years. I was an active member of the student union and participated in the student uprising in 1975/76. I was also among the student who were jailed and tortured during those years. in 1979, I managed to leave the county and applied and granted political asylum in USA. I never stopped opposing and resisting the dictator in Libya. Presently I am an active member of the stirring committee of the National Conference of the Libyan Opposition group. If you would like to hear my prospective of what is going in Libya, I would be glad to share.

    March 5, 2011 at 12:35 am |
  2. Deane

    Gaddafi is living in his own little world. It's all about "me"... DRUGS who are they kidding... Him and his thugs need to step down immediately! Gaddafi is a "killer"!! Just like Adolf Hitler was to the German People...Keep up the good work your doing Anderson to get out the truth...The truth will set you free!! "Hitler's bullying, aggressive foreign policy led to the start of World War II in 1939." History is repeating itself.

    March 4, 2011 at 9:00 pm |
  3. Sanjeeda Ahmed

    We love your style of interviewing people to get the truth out.
    We have been watching the developments in Libya and getting very frustrated and feeling the pain of those poor people. When people were demonstrating peacefully, the devils in Libya banned the media, disconnected telephones and internet and attacked the demonstrators mercilessly. Now that all of them have shut themselves in their homes, they want media to come in. They actually want to use them ( the media) to disclose the identity of the rebels so that they can go and kill them. Saif kept saying during his recent interview in Aljazeera that reporters should go to the five million people and find out for themselves that nobody wants to oust his father's regime. What a wicked ploy of this regime.

    March 4, 2011 at 2:58 pm |
  4. Sayan Majumdar

    Anderson, you sincerely expected a satisfying answer to concocted stories by the totalitarian Libyan authorities?

    Well, totalitarian regimes create such stories aplenty, yet there is a saying that even the spider fails to remember the initial point of her self created magical web.


    March 4, 2011 at 8:00 am |
  5. mike

    I have been taking TRAMADOL for two years for my sciatic nerve there's no way that this medication has hallucinogenic properties. It relieves moderate to severe pain and is considered a non narcotics in some states. The worst side effect is constipation. Moammar Gadhafi and his regime are clearly lying to the world.

    March 4, 2011 at 2:19 am |
  6. Jamal

    Gadahfi and his sons they trying to buy time with the international media by telling story about the youth in Libya that they been drudged, and the same time those youth been kidnapped and desperate.

    March 4, 2011 at 1:18 am |