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Documents found at the Benghazi site six weeks after the attack confirm Chris Stevens was worried about security

November 1, 2012

 It is being reported in this article that SIX WEEKS after the terrorist attack in Benghazi which led to the deaths of four Americans ‘Foreign Policy Magazine’ walked into the site and found documents which prove Chris Stevens was very worried about security before the attack, and also reported suspicious behavior hours before the attack. The fact that Chris Stevens reported suspicious behavior at the consulate hours before the attack is proof that this attack was not totally unforeseen as has been reported.

  How it is possible for documents such as these to still be laying around unsecured a month and a half after the attack is beyond me, and it makes you wonder what documents have fallen into the wrong hands while the United States government failed to secure the site after the attack.

Some of the documents — such as an email from Stevens to his political officer in Benghazi and a flight itinerary sent to Sean Smith, a U.S. diplomat slain in the attack — are clearly marked as State Department correspondence. Others are unsigned printouts of messages to local and national Libyan authorities. The two unsigned draft letters are both dated Sept. 11 and express strong fears about the security situation at the compound on what would turn out to be a tragic day. They also indicate that Stevens and his team had officially requested additional security at the Benghazi compound for his visit — and that they apparently did not feel it was being provided.

  That’s not all:

Finally, early this morning at 0643, September 11, 2012, one of our diligent guards made a troubling report. Near our main gate, a member of the police force was seen in the upper level of a building across from our compound. It is reported that this person was photographing the inside of the U.S. special mission and furthermore that this person was part of the police unit sent to protect the mission. The police car stationed where this event occurred was number 322.”

The account accords with a message written by Smith, the IT officer who was killed in the assault, on a gaming forum on Sept. 11. “Assuming we don’t die tonight. We saw one of our ‘police’ that guard the compound taking pictures,” he wrote hours before the assault.

 How sadly prophetic are the words “assuming we don’t die tonight” in retrospect?  Clearly Chris Stevens and Sean Smith knew they were in danger and had requested security in the days before the attack and they knew something was amiss on the day of the attack and yet nobody did anything to help them, other than two American heroes who gave their lives so that others might live–Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty–expecting that the United States government would have their backs.

  But the United States government, led by Barack Obama, didn’t have their backs and allowed them to die when by all accounts help could have arrived (if it wasn’t already there in the air as is widely speculated) within an hour or two at the most, the least Barack Obama could do at this point is come clean but he has an election to worry about and can’t be bothered.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. MaddMedic permalink
    November 1, 2012 9:01 pm

    Reblogged this on Freedom Is Just Another Word….


  2. November 1, 2012 9:10 pm

    This article at the Jerusalem Post makes it sound like there really was a gun running operation being run out of Benghazi. Maybe that is why the Whote House wanted to keep a low profile in Benghazi. How stupid is that?


    • November 1, 2012 9:42 pm

      I believe it is very likely this is the case. One thing is for sure, the Obama regime is covering this up for a reason and it is something big. They had the You Tube video excuse ready for when it was needed; the excuse came out too quickly and it seems like they had it ready to go beforehand, the question is why. And the only answer i can come up with is that they knew they were doing something dangerous and risky and they needed an excuse if it backfired. It did and they were ready……at least they thought so.



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