NPR senior social media strategist Andy Carvin
tells us that the Misurata Freedom Group
, a team of citizen journalists that was one of the only sources of video coming out of Libya prior to the arrival of western journalists in the country, continues to release video every day. Its latest is this clip
showing a group of young rebels using a military radio they had obtained to tease an... torment a Gadhafi soldier at the other end of the communication.
is this clip For an English translation, check this crowd-sourced version on Universal subtitles.
this crowd-sourced version on Universal subtitles Rebel to Libyan Army soldier on radio: "We need support. We need support. They've come at us from every direction. For God's sake come and help us."
Rebel to Libyan Army soldier on radio: "I'm your master you dog, we are the people of Misrata."
Libyan Army soldier: "They've got hold of a walkie-talkie from unit four. They've got hold of it."
Rebel to Libyan Army soldier on radio: "Yeah, we got hold of it, what did you think?" (Cheers from the rebels.)
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