Gaddafi Dead: 'I Shot Him Twice,' Says Libyan Fighter in New Video Footage (VIDEOS)

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By Daniel Distant, Christian Post Reporter
October 24, 2011|11:06 pm

Huge controversy has surrounded the death of Muammar Gaddafi since news of his demise broke last Thursday, however now one young Libyan revolutionary has come forward claiming that his bullets were the ones that ended the dictator’s life.

Two leaked videos show the fighter, Senad el Sadik el-Ureybi, along with possible comrades of his. They are showing off what could be the bloody shirt Gaddafi was wearing, as well as an expensive-looking golden ring the man says he took off the dictator’s cold finger after killing him.

Afterwards, we see what are possibly the last moments of Gaddafi’s life: a bloodied and disoriented Gaddafi is pulled to and fro while the surrounding rebels chant and shoot into the air celebrating the despot’s capture.

At no time during the short video is any attempt made to give the oppressor medical aid.

As for the reason behind the slaying of the tyrant, the Libyan soldier claimed he just couldn’t stand the thought of Gaddafi remaining living any longer:

“Some fighters wanted to take him (Gaddafi) away, and that’s when I shot him, twice, in the head and in the chest,” says el-Ureybi.

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Claiming the filming of the video is a group calling themselves Freedom Group TV, who are “a group of citizen journalists [whose] mission is to let the world know what is happening in Libya,” according to their Facebook page.

The actions of the soldiers who captured Gaddafi are in contrast to earlier reports that the ex-leader was killed in crossfire.

The commanding officer of the rebels at the time of Gaddafi’s capture, Omran al-Oweib, acknowledged that things hadn’t run as smoothly as he’d hoped after finding the totalitarian.

Dr. Benjamin Barrow, in an interview with Russia Today, said he didn’t believe anyone would be held accountable for Gaddafi’s death.

Conversely, international law states that any leader of a country should be tried in court after being overthrown instead of being killed.

Although it looks unlikely now, el-Ureybi could be the subject of scrutiny and prosecution now that he has essentially confessed to the slaying of Gaddafi.

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