Mainstream media is not journalism: it has to do with indoctrination and manipulation. They don't inform, they misinform and creates fictions as it was already shown here.
The headline of the article uses the word tyrant to refer to Qaddafi. He is called other names.
This is one of Reuter's pictures of the alleged celebration of Qaddafi's death in Tripoli that are at Mirror a clear pro-NATO version.
Take a look at the flags. Only one of the flags is different and the others are same size, same color, same pole. I wonder from where these flags, ten? twelve? appeared. (click at the picture to enlarge)
The caption of the pictures gives a version of what is happening that is not proven.
What are these men saying to each other? Why are they pointing their fingers in a defying way?
Now the number of people celebrating:
There is a group in the middle and we can see observers surrounding. They are not celebrating. They are looking at those with the flags.
But the captions gives the impression that it is describing what is happening:
"Martyrs Square is packed": do you consider this group a huge crowd?
"Libyans share their joy at the news": Do we know who these people are?
"Libyans welcome the news": What about those who are watching?
"Libyans share their joy at the news": All the Libyans? The whole country is partying?
This is how they tell people what to think. Read the article with a critical mind and see if what you read and see reflects an unquestionable truth.
If you want to know what many people thought about Qaddafi that is not the sanguinary dictator portrayed by the mainstream media read "The Qaddafi I Know" by A. Akbar Muhammad who traveled in Libya with Minister Louis Farrakhan.