CNN reports that Libyan President Moamar Gadhafi's compound lies in ruin this morning in Tripoli after U.S. and allie forces bombarded it last night. While Gadhafi's whereabouts are unknown, many are questioning if the United States and allies are in fact trying to kill him.
U.S. Vice Admiral Bill Gortney said Gadhafi is not a targe.
"We are not going after Gadhafi. We are not targeting his residence," he said.
That being said, Gadhafi's compound is in shambles and CNN reports they have found pieces of Cruise Missles. A Libyan Government Official said the building struck was used by Gadhafi's government but no one was injured in the attack. After calling for a long, drawn out war Monday, Gadhafi has not been seen.
The Libyan Government says 48 civilians have died since the first wave of Allied Attacks on Saturday. Both the French and American Governments dispute civilian deaths.
"We have no indication of any civilian casualites," Gortney said.
Meanwhile, the Libyan government has been taking bodies of people who were killed in the last couple weeks and trying to frame their deaths to look like they were killed by coalition air strikes, opposition leaders said.