Now that its usefulness is declining, here’s a chart to help spell Big Mo’s name:
Big Mo seems to prefer “Gathafi”.
In other news of our favorite little colonel, rebels are announcing that they have him, one of his sons, or both of them surrounded in Tripoli.
“They are together. They are in a small hole,” one of the fighters involved in the battle, Muhammad Gomaa, told Reuters. “Today we finish. Today we will end that.”
Mahmoud Bakoush, a rebel commander at the site, told the AP that rumors that one of Kadafi’s sons might be in the buildings hadn’t been unconfirmed.
This was after an apparent near miss in another location.
Gaddafi was gone from the unassuming safe house in central Tripoli when agents arrived about 10 a.m. (4 a.m. EDT) on Wednesday after a tip-off from a credible source. But, the magazine said, they found evidence that he had spent at least one night there — though it did not say how recently that was.