This video was shown on Libyan TV. It doesn’t show Eman Al-Obeidi, just a photo of her and you can hear Eman (what we think is Eman’s voice) speaking. In the middle of the ‘secret footage’, they show a woman lying on the floor. This woman is supposedly Eman.
Eman: I shouldn’t be arrested, I am the victim here, I am the one who is reporting an incident and they don’t want me to leave here! (Eman seems overwhelmed and begins to cry or is trying not to)
* Female voice talking to Eman but hard to hear*
Eman: Why can’t you just do what expected to be done in such litigation, bring a lawyer, call any legal authorities to investigate my claim… Show the leader (Gaddafi) … Call the leader at Bab El Azizia … find me a solution!
Female voice: We don’t have someone available from Bab El Azizia to speak with you
A female now talking on the phone (claiming she is Eman’s sister): Hello, huh? huh? no no, aha, no no no, on the Libya TV … what? … I don’t know, maybe she go out with me (meaning out of this office where the taping took place) … she went to the reporters at the hotel, today. Listen, she went straight to the hotel where the reporters are staying. She seemed in shock… We want to do a formal incident reporting, the man – attacker – should be stoned (killed) She said she was attacked/raped.
*Male voice in the room now asking about a key. Her sister is having a phone conversion in the background. The mic/ sound is not good enough to hear the words clearly. Female voice explaining some legal process, then asking Eman to speak to a reporter*
Eman shouts: I don’t want to talk to them!
* Male voice trying to convince Eman to go through some process, including medical exam and assuring her that there will not hold her in the hospital*
Eman: I am not a prisoner! I want to leave.
Male voice: Calm down, calm down
Female voice: We need you to meet an official doctor and take the medical exam required.
Male voice: Hey Eman, Eman, an incident report is necessary, that is what we are doing, that is all.
* Eman is refusing the whole treatment and feels that she should be free to go home*
Eman: I want to leave, I told you just let me take a taxi and leave and you refused. I gave you my story, why can’t I leave?!
Male voice: It is a process, Eman, you need to do a medical exam.
Eman: I don’t have mental illness, why you want me to go to the hospital. So they can keep me locked there?!
* Female voice assuring her she wouldn’t be locked in the hospital and it is just a procedure required. Eman is silent and doesn’t want to talk to anyone*
Female voice: Eman, what you want to do … Eman, talk to me
Male voice: Your sister needs to go back home (meaning, talk with us so finish this and all leave)
Female voice trying to engage Eman into talking: Don’t you want to leave with your sister, Eman?
Eman: Well, if you want me to really leave, just let me go to the car – taxi – and I’ll leave!
Female voice: Without going to the hospital?!!
Eman: Same talk.. you keep repeating the same things
Female voice: Don’t you want your right? (meaning justice)
Eman shouts back: I don’t want my right
Male voice: In order for us to find those who did this we need to do the process, so we can track/identify them and catch them.
* Eman is silent again and doesn’t seem to trust anything her sister or other people in the room saying*
Male voice: If you cooperate you could leave soon (he is trying to convince her to talk the government TV station taping this video)Why won’t you cooperate?
Eman: I do not want to cooperate, I do not want to talk to Al-Libya TV station (a government TV station). I just want to leave. What cooperation you are asking me about!! If you want litigation, we did the litigation earlier in the day. That is all the cooperation your going to get from me. Anything else, you do not have the right to ask for.
* A male voice mentioning something reported by Al Arabia station (different station) about the story, and he is asking Eman to elaborate*
Male voice: you said something and now it is different, you know the rope of a lie is short, right?
* Eman ignores him*
Male voice kept trying to engage her to talk: You need to talk to us (meaning the station) to explain your story. People watch it, and you watch it too.
Eman: I don’t watch Al Libya station, to begin with.
Female voice: How come, isn’t it your country, Eman?
Male voice: How come, why don’t you watch it!
Eman: I don’t
Male voice: Why not?
Eman: I don’t watch it.
Male voice: Why not!? it is your country TV station, why not allow them to interview you, Eman?
Eman: I don’t want to! I don’t watch any TV … I don’t have time to watch TV, any TV, period.
Male voice: Oh, you want to talk to Al Jazeera then, is that it!?
Eman: I don’t care about Al Jazeera TV, if I did, I would have gone to them and not to ALL the reports at the hotel.
Male voice: We want to make this TV interview with you
Eman: I do not want to do this interview
Female voice: This interview will benefit you, to help you.
Eman: I am free, and I refuse too
Female and Male pressing her to talk: So who is going to do you justice?!
Female voice: Are you expecting Al Jazeera TV to bring you justice!
Eman: I want the how world to know about the scandals that taking place in Libya and the shame brought to us.
Female voice: What shame are you talking about (the female voice sounded distrust and not of someone investigating or interested to hear Eman opinion) … If from the beginning you had gone to the justice/legal system it would have been better than going to Al Jazeera.
Male voice: Your sister was so worried about you when you are gone with no news for 2 days, you seem used to been gone away from home for days without letting anyone know (an accusation to discredit Eman’s behavior).
Female voice: You made big fuss and that brought many you unnecessary worries. Eman. Do you want to go to the medical examiner for a test? (rape kit) … Talk to me, yes or no? Eman talk to me
Female voice: Are you afraid of the medical examiner? (Rape kit)
Female voice: Eman, Eman, talk to me, Eman
Male voice: Are you afraid that the result may return negative?
Female voice: Do you want to go and do the medical test or not, Eman, Eman, Eman talk to me
** Eman ignores the woman and kept silent. The final part of Eman’s recording, a lady in uniform by the door is shouting at Eman**
Female voice: People like you are damaging this country, you should be ashamed, don’t you care about all the patriots who lost their lives for the country (meaning for the Government).
Eman shouting back: No, people like you who are the ones who damaged the country and don’t even respect human rights. What does my ordeal have to do with anything else?!!
Female voice: Rights? … What about the Libyan citizens rights, did you respect that? … the people who died in the airstrikes?
Eman: What do I have to do with the airstrikes!!
** The images now back to the news studio …
A female TV report quoting Eman’s last statement in mockery: “What do I have to do with the airstrikes” … and that is Eman for you!
*The report continues*
I would like to focus on some important points here.
Yesterday I said with all due respect to whores, even a whore may have some
sense of patriotism when she is well aware and know that whatever is coming next is not going to be merciful/better like the past (meaning any future change/governs is not going to be better than our today’s government)Even the whore she may have better understanding that these airstrikes are the beginning for invasion, lose of freedom, homelessness and total lost. Even the whore will have sense of patriotism when it comes to her homeland Libya (basically, she shaming Eman’s actions)…. And that doesn’t mean I am trying to backstab/defame Mrs. Eman, and by the why she is not Miss but a Mrs. according to what she herself stated before, that she have been married and divorced, and God knows, we don’t want to claim something still unknown. But, sister Eman has political hate (agenda)… she is extreme radical, she is even … (the clip ended).