Skip to comments.UK Security Firm Not Approved/ZERO Protest at Libyan Consulate: 'There Wasn't an Ant Outside'
Posted on 09/21/2012 5:40:29 AM PDT by Reaganite Republican
A badly wounded 27-year-old Libyan man says he was hired by a British group to guard the exterior of the Libyan consulate on the night Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were murdered. He says there were a total of 8 guards. There were no protests there wasnt a single ant outside. The attack was immediate and bold
The State Department sent Victoria Nuland to a microphone to say at no time did we contract with a private security firm in Libya.
The guard said he had been hired by a British company seven months ago to protect the compound, and that the first explosion knocked him to the ground, leaving him unable to fire his weapon. Four other contracted guards, and three members of Libyas 17th of February Brigade, a group that was formed at the start of the uprising that ousted Libyas former military dictator, Col. Muammar Gaddafi, and integrated into the Libyan security forces, made up the security force protecting the outer perimeter of the consulate grounds; along with the eyewitness. According to this witness, that meant that the total security team guarding the perimeter of the compound were eight guards. After the men stormed the main gate, the men rushed into one of the buildings within the compound, and there was no resistance from inside the building. Source: The Eaminer
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