posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 05:02 PM
reply to post by nighthawk1954
There is a difference between an embassy and a consulate when it comes to physical security, just because an ambassador happens to be in a specific
location or building doth not an embassy make, the forces of marines or whatever extra security that guard embassies unfortunately are not the same as
at the U.S. consulate, mission or any other non embassy location and cannot be made out after the fact to have resembled in any way embassy
Also as I have been saying all along something else of a nature no one was to have known about was happening at the consulate, be it under the table
negotiations or worse as has been mentioned prisoners being held or possibly being tortured, it just so happens that it was exposed and the real
mission there will never be known and none of it will come out until years from now.
There are some insiders with clues such as Frances Townsend that knew the ambassador and was with him even weeks before the attack and they were close
enough to have said the ambassador never shared with her any problem with security and there is an interview with her making comments about that, this
could amount to there was no problems or he did not wish to share it with her because there was something else going on there he could not or would
not divulge to her because of the nature of the dealings going on there, no one was to have known the true nature of, but of course things went
horribly wrong and it had to be covered up.
So as with any cover up, it will take years to get to the truth of the matter unfortunately.
edit on 13-12-2013 by phinubian because: (no reason given)