The Washington Times reports that Ambassador Chris Stevens sent a prescient message to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hours before he was killed by jihadists at the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th last year;
Militia leaders told U.S. officials just two days before the attack that they were angered by U.S. support of a particular candidate for Libyan prime minister and warned “they would not continue to guarantee security in Benghazi, a critical function they asserted they were currently providing,” Stevens wrote in the cable the morning of Sept. 11, 2012. He also cited several other episodes that raised questions about the reliability of local Libya security.
Apparently, this was the last of several warnings that came from the embassy in Libya in the weeks before the tragic death of Stevens and three veterans who tried to protect him.
Category: Terror War