After having been given 48 hours notice about the impending attack on the embassy in Benghazi, it has now been reported that oil contracts have “gone missing” from the consulate offices.
Sensitive documents dealing with oil exploration in Libya have been discovered to be “missing” in the consulate safe house in Benghazi. The embassy staff had retreated to the safe house just moments before the sustained mortar attack started.
Included in the missing papers are lists of names of Libyans who had been working with the Americans putting them at risk from extremist groups.
Further evidence coming out of Libya shows that ‘protesters’ did not assassinate Ambassador Stevens and kill 3 Navy Seals. The planned operation is beginning to appear that is is another CIA sanctioned and funded operation to allow the US to control Libya’s new regime ensuring that American corporations get Libya’s oil and water.
- Official: Four arrested in connection with attack on US consulate in Libya (cnn.com)
- US consulate attack in Libya said twin operation (hosted.ap.org)
- Report: State Dept. Was Warned of Benghazi Attack 48 Hours In Advance And Did Nothing: Sensitive Documents Noting Libyan Agents Stolen From Safe House (minx.cc)
- Shock Report: Obama Administration Was Warned of Embassy Attack But Did Nothing (thegatewaypundit.com)