It's not a surprise that there were documents left behind after the recent attack at the American mission, what is intriguing is that some of those
documents have been published, and some of them raise some questions..
The one that has me scratchin my noggin is the quick reaction force letter, where it appears that those hired to be part of the force were required to
secure their own weapon and ammunition, along with the pay which was 35LYD or less than 30 bucks a day..
I certainly hope that these folks weren't the first line of defense for the mission.. Was this just a supplement to normal security? I don't
There's more documents to peruse, which some may find interesting, and an option to DL the pdf as well..
Here's the article..
More than three weeks after attacks in this city killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans, sensitive documents remained only
loosely secured in the remains of the U.S. mission here on Wednesday, offering visitors easy access to delicate details about American operations in
Documents detailing weapons collection efforts, emergency evacuation protocols, the full internal itinerary of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens’s
trip and the personnel records of Libyans who were contracted to secure the mission were among the items scattered across the floors of the looted
compound when a Washington Post reporter and a translator visited Wednesday.