Breaking News: Large Explosion Filmed in Libya

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March 31, 2011


Breaking News: Large Explosion Filmed in Libya
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Large explosion in Libya captured on film by witnesses today, March 31, 2011.

The source or location of this footage has not yet been confirmed. The origin of the bombing or the nature of the ordnance used remains to be verified.


2011 / 03 / 31
IlluminatiKorp says:

Looks like a Nutron Bomb. A 'mini nuke' same kind used on Baghdad Airport, Iraq in 2003.
Which was reported early on by a few news orgaizations, Al Jazeera being one, then it was wiped clean from the 'net.
The anti human insanity continues.

2011 / 03 / 31
F.Kenneth Bevins says:

Here we go again. Living in the heart of the beast hurts sensitive americans more every time the cleptocratic imperialist flaunt their one and only ace in the hole.Bombs bombs bombs,death,opression,and domination--all in the name of a bamboozled and generous people. Sickening mendacity and hypocracy,AAgh,,,,,,,

2011 / 03 / 31
Mike corbeil says:

Definitely a large explosion, but it'd be also nice to know some of the things said by the Libyans we hear speaking he the foreground and evidently being with the person who filmed this recording. If it's not known or certain where the explosion occurred, then this can leave the impression that maybe it really wasn't in Libya, but people who know Libyan language and culture might be able to tell if the people we hear in the recording are Libyan or not based on what they are saying or some things they said, how they say it, like expressions used, f.e., their language accents, say, et cetera. If they're indeed Libyans, then this makes it more probable that the explosion happened in Libya, or very near it, and this would tell us something about where the bombing or explosion actually took place.

As for the ordnance used, it looks likely to be from a bombing by a military sort of force, but maybe the explosion is of some weapons depot or cache that blew up for a different reason than being bombed, f.e.

2011 / 03 / 31
John says:

If you know neither the source of the explosion nor the location, don't jump to conclusions.

2011 / 03 / 31
zorrillo1 says:
2011 / 03 / 31
felix says:

See the camera was already set on the exact site of the explosion. that cannot be a casual shot but a prepared one.

2011 / 03 / 31
paul says:

This is not an arms depot, I think. It's not multiple explosions, but rather one large one. It looks to me like a massively huge conventional bomb, or a small nuke - the incredibly bright fireball and the apparently extremely powerful shockwave make me think small nuke. Someone mentioned a video of a similar explosion in Iraq. I remember that too - it was night time, and an arms depot was blowing up, and at the very end of the long series of smaller explosions, you see one HUGE explosion that looks like this one.

2011 / 04 / 01
Bob says:

Its not bright enough to be a small nuke.Nukes produce brillaint white light and would blind you at at that distance.
It doesnt look like a daisy cutter or large conventional bomb either, theres way too much flame, at a guess i would say its a large conventional bomb hitting a fuel depot or some sort of fuel dump.

2011 / 04 / 01
Bob says:

Yes, defiantly some sort of liquid fuel,u can see a large pool of burning liquid all around the base of the explosion.

2011 / 04 / 01
Beni says:

They used a Tomahak missile with cheap uranium...

Por Lybia,por peoples!!! Shame on you usa

2011 / 04 / 01
Zerotonine says:

@zorrillo1 Thanks for posting.
I thought GRTV was a reliable source?

2011 / 04 / 02
MJJP says:

Good job Zorrillo!!!!! You nailed it.

2011 / 04 / 02
Federico Cuervo says:

That was not an armory. There were two separate explosions and not multiple explosions from the same location. Is this what they call "humanitarian" bombing?

2011 / 05 / 29
Bob marshall says:

There is none so blind as those who will not see!

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