Libyan Internet reporter Mohammed Nabbous killed in Benghazi
Mohammad Nabbous, face of citizen journalism in Libya, is killed | World news | guardian.co.uk
Mohamed Nabbous somehow got around every Internet blockade and dragged the news out of Benghazi, Libya, at great risk. His fear and determination to overcome it was unmistakeable when I first saw it.
Nabbous apparently died in a hail of gunfire as Gaddafi's troops assaulted Benghazi this weekend. This is the last clip, a phone interview cut short:
A memorial group on FB: In honor of Mohamed Nabbous. Libya Alhurra -One person posted:
Putting together a tribute for Mohammed Nabbous
Would greatly apprecciate your help ,
Please add your voice - record your words and thoughts for Mohammed
Please make it around 45seconds or less , we want to include as many voices as we can get
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter / Andy Carvin:
Mohammad Nabbous was my primary contact in Libya, and the face of Libyan citizen journalism. And now he's dead, killed in a firefight.
CNN put on a nice segment:
Here's a pretty awesome moment from Feb 26 w CNN reporters joking around about the Ghaddafi Drugs Coffee thing:
A nice writeup: A NEW WAR/My Friend Mo « C. Dalton Brigham
Another nice memorial video:
Nabbous isn't the only one who put it on the line. Al-Jazeera cameraman Ali Hassan Al Jaber also was shot outside Benghazi last week. Till we meet again, friends, the truth still won't arrive freely.
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