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Last night Piers Morgan hosted a live show to discuss the current situation in Libya and to ask some hard questions. First Piers talked to Ali Suleiman Aujali, former Libyan Ambassador to the U.S, who was very outspoken against Gadhafi. "He must be captured dead or alive," Aujali said.
Piers also talked to Paul Wolfowitz, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, and Anne-Marie Slaughter, former Director of Policy Planning for the State Department, about what the Arabs want and how they'll get it.
Wolfowitz said that if we didn't go into Libya it "would have been a blood bath in Benghazi." He emphasized, "The Arabs want freedom." Slaughter said the Libyan opposition is working to defeat Gadhafi and "what we're doing is making it possible for them to do that."