Attack on embassies a 9/11 ‘commemoration’ not because of film
Evidence is stacking up that the attacks on the U.S. embassies in Egypt and in Libya were well-planned in advance to occur on 9/11 and had nothing to do with the inept film criticizing Mohammed. They involved not man-on-the-street lunatics (though goodness knows there are enough of those to go around in this region) but those belonging to militant groups who engaged in a coordinated strike.
“Absolutely, I have no doubt about it. It was a coordinated, military-style, commando-type raid,” House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers told Fox News.
Evidence is also increasingly pointing to people inside the embassy being involved. For instance, Stevens and other embassy staff were moved from the main building under fire to a second building deemed to be safer. Soon after, even though the main building had not been breached, the attackers turned their full power on the building to which staff had been moved. Stevens was with a group of people but was the only one to “go missing” out of their group — he was alive and well when last seen by them but turned up nearly 12 hours later dead and there are those pictures that have surfaced (see my post earlier today) of him being carried and dragged through the streets during the night. Someone separated him from the pack and out of the embassy grounds.
When I saw the picture of him being carried, my first thought was that he was not dead in that picture. I hadn’t yet seen the other picture of him being dragged that most news sites are now carrying. It is possible he is dead already in the one he is shown being dragged because people do die with their eyes open and faces locked in expressions. But dead people don’t grab and hold onto their other arm while being carried like a sack of potatoes — nor do they have their torso’s extended out level. When people die, before rigur mortis sets in, they are ‘dead weight’ and floppy. So he would have been slumped over that guy’s back. (notice also the big splotches of redness on his back — it isn’t the color of blood settling to the lowest point but rather the color of having been slapped and pounded on prior to bruising appearing) I’m not the only one to look at those photos and think he was still alive in at least one of them…now news sources and officials are starting to ask that question too.