You're basically saying "America ignored a warning - from America".
Concerned about the reaction to an anti-Muslim film that was gaining attention online, the U.S. intelligence community sent a cable to the embassy in Cairo, Egypt, warning of the concern, a U.S. official told CNN.
The intelligence cable was sent 48 hours before the protests in Cairo and in Benghazi, Libya, the U.S. official said.
The cable did not warn of any specific threat, the official said. It warned instead about the existence of a portion of the movie being posted on the Internet and the fact that it was gaining attention. A seven-minute portion of the movie aired on an Egyptian TV talk show, according to a Department of Homeland Security/FBI memo obtained by CNN on Thursday.
The "warning" contained so specific warning of any threats, or "actionable intelligence".
It's already been established the movie was translated to Arabic and disseminated to Egyptian media on September 8, more than 3 days before the fatal attack on the Libyan consulate. The warning was over the spike in attention to the video on the Web (from Egyptian TV al-Nas).
Just another twisted headline.
edit on 15-9-2012 by Blackmarketeer because: (no reason given)