27-year-old Mohammed Nabbous set up an internet channel, streaming live 24 hours a day and telling the story of the government crackdown against revolt in Libya. It was a daring act as Moammar's Ghadafi's government imposed a media blackout. Last month he spoke with CNN's Don Lemon about concerns he would not survive the night. This month his fears came true after sniper fire cut down the freedom fighter. Lemon and CNN's John Vause spoke with Nabbous' cousin Ahmed and a family friend Ali Gebril about the legacy the expecting father has now left behind.