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Thursday, November 01, 2012

Video Report: US complained to Libyan government about security breaches on morning of attack, asked for more security on September 9

Dubai Television reported on Thursday that the United States consulate in Benghazi filed letters of complaint about a security incident with the Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs and with the Benghazi police chief on the morning of September 11. The incident involved a police officer photographing the consulate building. The report notes that with no trained police force in Libya, the police often work with the terrorists.

The letters cited by the television channel also disclose that the Americans had been requesting special security for a visit by Ambassador Chris Stevens since September 9 - two days before the incident.

Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: MFS - The Other News).


What's not discussed here - and may be even more astounding - is how a Dubai television channel got access to the consulate grounds and got copies of documents that the consulate sent to another government.

Hmmm.

UPDATE 3:49 PM

Come to think of it, since when does an American diplomat have to request protection from the Libyan government and police? Since Obama took office....

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At 5:25 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Did you see this video? Sept 11 and they didn't even answer the phone in Tripoli when the ambassador called in? A strange set up for sure.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/10/ambassador-chris-stevens-called-out-for-help-from-the-consulate-on-9-11-video/

 

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