The fall of a pro-Gaddafi and run over by security car:
In a total disregard to his own paid loyalists, Gaddafi ignores a loyalist as he falls off the car ( @46 seconds in the video ) and gets run over during Gaddafi's parades through Tripoli earlier today (Thu. 14 April) Gaddafi kept on enjoying his empty parade through the streets.... We actually don't expect more from this murderer...!!!
Fresh anti-Gaddafi protests in ‘Tripoli’:
According to various reports from tweeters, there are numerous reports of anti-Gaddafi protesters on the streets of Tripoli, burning Gaddafi posters and writing anti-Gaddafi slogans on the wall. (Video and Picture)
Picture of Anti-Gaddafi Protesters burning pictures of Gaddafi in Tripoli - April 14, 2011
Monstrous massacre in ‘Misrata’!
A citizen from ‘Misrata’ has informed us that the city of ‘Misrata’ is currently under a monstrously intensive amount of artillery and missile fire from Gaddafi’s militias and mercenary troops. Gaddafi’s militias are using large scale long range missiles that are normally used to attack across national borders on his own people in ‘Misrata’. Also mercenary forces are using RPG rocket launchers from closer range. As a result hundreds of people been injured or killed; a whole residential area of the city has been levelled. The people of ‘Misrata’ are urgently appealing for aid as the matter is extremely urgent. The citizen pleaded to us saying ‘Where are the coalition forces? And where is NATO? But he reconfirmed that ‘they do not surrender, they are either victorious or are prepared to die’.
Misrata’s Freedom Fighters Outsmart Gaddafi’s militias!
Misrata fuel tank
For each battle, one way to win includes this war trick! Because our freedom fighters have a sense of humour, they’ve been inspired to use this method to overcome the tyrant. Several days ago, the freedom fighters unloaded the fuel station located on a road service for heavy transport vehicles. The fuel it contained was emptied and was replaced with water instead. The freedom fighters then retreated thus leaving the fuelling station to be accessible to the nearby Gaddafi militias.
Because it’s easy to trap a mouse in a trap, the rats of Gaddafi looted the fuel station and started filling their armoured vehicles with ‘fuel’! When they attempt to leave, their vehicles stopped moving, and that is when our freedom fighters ambushed them! Gaddafi’s solders were forced to flee leaving their dead and vehicles behind. I guess the next time they want to fill up; they’ll have to taste the fuel to be sure!
The Guardian reports: A rescue ship for migrant workers stranded in ‘Misrata’ was prevented from entering the port because of the severity of the fighting. ‘Michele Bombassei’, a spokesman for the International Organisation for Migration, said the ship was due to rescue around 800 people today, but had been forced to stay out at sea while the fighting rages.
Reuters reports: ‘Moussa Koussa’ is no longer subject to the financial sanctions imposed by the EU, the British government has said.
Urgent statement from the NTC on the situation in ‘Misurata’:
The National Transitional Council (NTC) would like to bring to the attention of the international community the Gaddafi regime’s latest statement concerning the situation in ‘Misurata’. As announced on Sunday 10 April, the regime has declared that it will use force to prevent any party from delivering medical and humanitarian assistance to the city of ‘Misurata’.
The NTC would also like to bring to the attention of the international community that the Gaddafi regime is accelerating attacks on ‘Misurata’, using sophisticated weapons including GRAD missiles, with the aim of breaching the city and massacring its civilians including women, children and the elderly. The mass killings have begun this morning.
The Council sends this appeal to the international community to assume its responsibilities, and move urgently to stop the anticipated massacre of men, women and children. The NTC is calling on the international community to use all necessary measures to ensure the implementation of UNSCR 1973 to protect civilians, by declaring ‘Misurata’ an internationally protected zone, and insist on delivering medical and humanitarian aid to the people of ‘Misurata’ who are subject to continuous indiscriminate shelling.
We appeal to the international community to continue their support of the Libyan people in their efforts to end the siege on our capital Tripoli and the western mountain areas. We urgently ask that they continue to support our struggle against the tyrannical Gaddafi regime and its oppression of our aspirations for freedom, democracy and dignity.
National Transitional Council, Libya
April 14, 2011