Skip to comments.The Benghazi Consulate: Has the Crime Scene Been Contaminated?
Posted on 10/05/2012 11:06:52 AM PDT by yoe
[snip] For each day of the past two weeks, TIME has visited the American consulate in Benghazi where the ambassador and three others were killed on Sept. 11th. And with the passing of every day, people cart off more and more evidence and sensitive information that couldendanger the lives of Americans still in Libya, and impair the FBI investigation into the attack just now getting underway.
After 23 days, Libyan authorities finally cordoned off the consulate Thursday and prohibited people from entering it as American investigators made their first brief visit to the site. For weeks, Washington has said it was too dangerous to send FBI agents to Benghazi. But now, they may be too late to piece together the clues to the attack. A number of Libyans and foreigners have visited the compound, according to the gardener Idris Muhammad Jumaa. Every day people come and look around, Idris told TIME, sitting in a plastic chair under a palm tree on Tuesday. The other day some Turks came and took a big painting.
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From 9/11 to the debate this week, if you watched MSNBC, all you heard about was Romneys “47%” remark, among all his other heinous personality traits. I don’t think their viewers even heard about Benghazi.
Are we gonna be told this was friendly fire too?