Libyans’ treatment of the dead Stevens

As I indicated yesterday, the MSM accounts of the invasion of the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, which were all based on briefings with an administration spokesman, were vague in general and, on the subject of how Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens died, totally uninformative—I mean that they gave literally zero information. It now appears that the lack of information was deliberate, motivated by the administration’s desire to cover up how the Libyans actually killed Stevens (which we still don’t know) and how they treated his dead body, of which, thanks to photos at Gateway Pundit, we now have an idea. The first photo in that article was posted at VFR yesterday; the second two I haven’t seen before.

To summarize the story so far: Our government (with the support of conservatives and Republicans) toppled and killed a ruler who had made peace with us and posed no threat to us, in order to replace him with our declared enemies; then when our declared enemies murdered our ambassador, our government covered up how they killed him. Does anyone discern, you know, a pattern here?

Posted by Lawrence Auster at September 13, 2012 01:31 PM | Send

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