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Horror of 150 bodies found on a farm after been massacred by pro-Gaddafi forces

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The bodies of up to 150 Libyan civilians were found yesterday near Tripoli after allegedly being massacred by pro-Gaddafi forces.
Journalists said they counted as many as 53 executed bodies in a burnt-out farm warehouse near the Khamis military base where the murders are thought to have taken place last Tuesday and Wednesday.
The bodies of two soldiers were found with their hands tied behind their backs. Locals believe they refused to fire on the people being held inside the warehouse, and were then murdered.A charred skeleton lies at a makeshift prison next to a military base abandoned by elite loyalist troops in the district of Salaheddin in TripoliElsewhere, rebels massing outside Gaddaf


Added: Aug-28-2011 Occurred On: Aug-28-2011
By: Zipper10
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Tags: Bodies, found, Gaddafi, farm, massacred
Location: Tripoli, Tarabulus, Libya (load item map)
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  • And the war crimes continue ! ! !

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  • Considering the information source - muslim brotherhood, alquaeda, and other jihadi terror oraganizations - I take who was the victim and who was the perpetrator wwith a huge grain of salt. not that ghaddafi was not capable of unconciousable mass murder ...

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  • those evil hired africans are so devilish

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