A look at what was happening leading up to the time of Gadhafi's death. Anderson Cooper reports.
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Filed under: Moammar Gadhafi
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Who was interested the most in the killing of Gaddafi? If not the same memebrs of the CNT. Immagine a Gaddafi on trial that start telling who was in charges of what during all the crimes done during his regime. Do you think that none of the members of the CNT was involved? Whit the killing of Qaddafi the CNt members insured that the true will not come out. Why you think that their are not extraditing the Panama killer, maybe 1)because are proud of what they did, or the bomber can make some names of some members of the CNT.
I am a loyal CNN listener. Interested in the Libya situation, I tuned in to Anderson Cooper last nite. My interest was in reporting but I could not watch your coverage. The continuous "looping" of the killing of Kadafi, I found repulsive and repugnant. The constant replaying of the video added nothing to the news reporting and must have been aimed to titillate rather than inform. Perhaps I am not mainstream; but I expect more sensitivity – – perhaps I can understand showing it once; but why continuous playing while interviews were going on via split screen. It was dreadful.