Col. Moammer Gadhafi's military continues an assault on rebel forces and civilians, despite five days of bombings from coalition forces. In the Western city of Misurata, 40 people have been killed and 189 injured by Gadhafi's snipers and artillery, according to the rebels. The White House and Pentagon have repeatedly stated they want the violence against Libyan civilians to stop, and the bombings will not cease until that happens. However, there are a lot of questions about the campaign. Who is leading the campaign, particularly if Americans are going to step back? And further, who are the rebels that we're supporting? With insights on who is in charge and why it matters, is David Loyn, foreign correspondent for the BBC.