A painting of Qaddafi is covered in graffiti and left in a garbage container on the street.
The burnt police station in Tobruk, Libya. Under the Qaddafi regime it was a place of oppression, terror and torture.
This hallway was once walked in fear by those who were being escorted. All that remains is a charred frame.
At the far end of the hallway is the counter at the entrance to the cells, now covered with graffiti. It provides a dark entry to an even darker place.
A child holds a poster in the main square of Tobruk.
The view of a prisoner being held in an isolation cell at the Tobruk police station.
A view from inside an isolation cell where prisoners were reportedly beaten and tortured.
Graffiti covers the walls at the entrance to the cells of the Tobruk police station.
Burnt-out cars litter the back of the Tobruk police station.
Graffiti on the walls claim that it is game over for the regime.
A photo of Libya on a map.
A father and son read local signs.
Tobruk is now in the hands of protesters and the military who defected en masse. Days ago anti-Qaddafi forces set the city's central police station on fire to protest the Libyan leader's oppressive rule.