Shortly after denying the United Nations and human-rights groups the ability to examine the body of Muammar Gaddafi, Libyan fighters who captured the dictator allowed forensic doctors to carry out an autopsy Sunday in the city of Misrata, one of the doctors told Reuters. "We worked all through the night. We just got done," the doctor said on condition of anonymity. "He died because of a gunshot wound. It is obvious." He also said that the findings will be made public. "Nothing will be hidden." The work was done at a morgue, and the body was brought back to a freezer at an old shopping center, where it has been on public display.