For more than three minutes, you see a mob of enraged men toss Moammar Gadhafi around like a broken mannequin. His body and face bloody, his black bushy hair a crazy mess, the 69-year-old is pummeled. His shirt is ripped open to reveal a pudgy belly.
The cell phone capturing the scene focuses on a gulf of red spreading across the Libyan dictator's backside as someone stabs him in the rear with a bayonet.
It didn't take long before the video was uploaded to the Internet, and the world's news organizations were broadcasting it.
The end of the eight-month uprising in 2011, inspired by the toppling of regimes in
It's still not officially clear how Gadhafi died because there's never been a formal investigation, Human Rights Watch said Wednesday in a 50-page report that details his death and the events leading up to it. (MORE)