1:30 pm - Al Jazeera is reporting that Muammar Qaddafi's son, Mohammad, has escaped from rebel custody after with the help of "Qaddafi loyalists." If the report is accurate, it would represent a blow to the rebels as they continue to face heavy fighting in Tripoli after entering Tripoli with relative ease over the weekend. Meanwhile, Al Jazeera is also reporting that two bodies have been found that may be those of Qaddafi's son, Khamis, a military commander, and Libya's intelligence chief, Abdullah al-Senussi. These reports have not yet been confirmed.
11:00 - Al-Arabiya television, citing rebel leaders, is reporting that the opposition--which has already detained Muammar Qaddafi's son Saif and Mohammed--how now captured a third son, Saadi. Back in March, we noted how Hollywood was spurning a film production company supported financially by Saadi, a former professional soccer player, in light of the Libyan uprising. On Twitter, the Libyan Youth Movement claims Saadi also ordered mercenaries to fire at unarmed protesters in Benghazi on February 17, helping spark the Libyan revolution. As for their father's whereabouts? He's still at large, but the Pentagon believes he hasn't left Libya, according to Reuters. If you're having trouble keeping track of Qaddafi's family members, the BBC has put together a very helpful family tree.