Video has surfaced of what appears to be Muammar Qaddafi's son Saif al-Islam making an appearance and waving to supporters in front of a Qaddafi compound after rebels had reported his alleged capture.
The fog of war has fully settled over the Libyan capital of Tripoli on Monday, as Saif al-Islam Qaddafi apparently made an appearance in his armored convoy at a hotel full of journalists less than 24 hours after rebels and the International Criminal Court said he had been captured and detained, CNN reports.
Saif appeared at the Rixos hotel in a part of the capital controlled by Qaddafi loyalists, and rolled down a window in his car to show his face. The Associated Press reports Saif then took a few journalists on a ride in his convoy to visit Tripoli "hot spots," as he described them.
Below is video reporting to show Saif rallying supporters in Tripoli after rebels had claimed he was captured.