In 2011, Gaddafi's fifth son was captured, and television broadcast live footage of him before his death, eventually ending his life with multiple bullets in the neck and chest.
Speaking of Libya, many people will immediately think of the prestige of "Kadazo", the man who influenced Libya's national fortunes for decades and died in 2011.
As a veritable "emperor" of Libya, Gaddafi, in addition to developing his family business, also specially trained his son, hoping to achieve re-election in the near future, and his fifth son Mutasim is the target of training.
However, it turned out that Gaddafi's ideal was shattered, and in 2011, Mutasim also fell into the hands of reactionaries, and finally ended up with his father Gaddafi.
So, what happened to Mutasim as Gaddafi's fifth son?
Mutassim was born in Tripoli, Libya's capital, in 1977, and as the son of Gaddafi, he has lived a life of fine food since birth.
Although Mutasim had no material worries, in fact, his every choice was interfered with by Gaddafi, and after the college entrance examination, Mutasim applied for the medical profession, and then was angrily reprimanded by Gaddafi.
Gaddafi's eldest son was unskilled, so he had always fantasized about having Mutassim as his heir, so under Gaddafi's strong intervention, Mutasim eventually went to military school and became a colonel.
Although Gaddafi was optimistic about Mutasim, he left for a while from 2001 to 2005 as if he had disappeared out of thin air, and the outside world believed that because Mutasim lost the battle for power, he could only temporarily avoid it.
In 2005, the reappeared Mutassim officially attacked the heir position, and his first move was to send soldiers to occupy the local Coca-Cola factory, which was owned by his eldest brother Mohammed.
As Gaddafi's son, Mutasim wanted to practice medicine in the early years, but the position of heir was still very attractive to him, so he turned his finger on his brother.
Watching his sons fight each other, Gaddafi was particularly relieved that he did not want his descendants to be as docile as sheep, because it is difficult for sheep to survive the brutal political struggle.
Mutasim and Mohammed fought fiercely, and Gaddafi, as a judge, finally chose the fifth son, Mutasim, and then Mutassim officially entered the education stage.
He was first sent by Gaddafi to England to learn English, and after returning home, he was assigned to work in the government, mainly in charge of Libya's foreign affairs.
And Mutasim did live up to Gaddafi's expectations, he made rapid progress, and he also met a good partner, this person named Mahmadi, the two worked very well, and Mahmadi knew Mutasim very well.
At Mahmadi's suggestion, Mutassim further expanded his power, such as befriending powerful "ministers" in the course of his work, even those of Gaddafi's long-time cronies, who he would stop at nothing to draw them into his camp.
Although Mutasim was a little hasty in this matter, Gaddafi, who stood in God's perspective, did not object, he just hoped that Muthassim could have his own unique opinion.
In 2008, Mutasim already had some of his cronies, and at this time he set his sights on the military, applying to Gaddafi to build an army of his own.
After Gaddafi heard his son's request, he didn't feel threatened, but felt that Mutasim had finished growing up, so he gave Mutasim $28 billion to let him go.
Gaddafi's attitudes have shown that Mutasim is his next successor, so politicians in Libya are afraid to say anything.
Although Gaddafi's imagination is beautiful, he ignores a practical factor, that is, the basic national conditions of Libya, and in 2011, with the sound of a gunshot, the reactionaries blew the clarion call to attack.
Mutassim fought with his troops against the reactionaries, but eventually lost badly, and his father Gaddafi was killed by the reactionaries.
In October 2011, Mutasim was also captured by the reactionaries, and his former invincible heir has now been reduced to the point of being a prisoner.
However, when Mutasim was captured, he did not show any surface of fear, his expression was very calm, and his former demeanor did not fall.
Perhaps for Mutasim, whether he kneels and begs for mercy or fights to the death at this moment, it will be a result in the end, after all, the reactionaries will never let him go.
Before Muthasim was shot, cameras were placed in front of him, and with the sound of gunshots, Mutasim was shot several times in the neck and chest, and finally fell to the ground.