So the BBC thinks that both sides equals a bunch of mercenaries on one side and Gaddafi's family on the other, it had reporters present at the 1.7million march in Green Square on July 1st (of which there is photographic evidence)...why didn't they broadcast any footage of that demonstration or one interview with any of those millions? Is that how they show "both sides"?
They put as a little convenient addition that they didn't cover human rights abuses by the rebels. But they don't mention the scale of those abuses and that in fact this omission meant that the BBC did not seek out the voices of thousands of pro-Gaddafi people who were being persecuted in rebel held areas.
Why didn't the BBC reporters who were in the Rixos in August, interview any of the hundreds of people (including injured children) who came to the hotel to tell such reporters about the RAF attack on their town in Zlitan that martyred 85?