People in Libya are besides themselves with happiness at the death of Muammar Gaddafi, their long time local dictator and boss. The world outside is pleased with its work in helping to end the tyrannical rule of the Libyan two bit dictator. But, that was then, now is now. International inspectors are worried about the hundreds of sites in Libya which are the scene of stockpiled weapons. Come in and grab your machine gun.
Ian Martin of the UN mission in Libya is particularly concerned about chemical weapons which could fall into the wrong hands. There is also fear that dozens of missiles could wind up in the possession of terrorist groups. Surface to air missiles could be used against civilian airllines. Today, we rejoice, tomorrow, will we decide a mistake was made in terms of how Gaddafi was taken out of power?