What happened to US Ambassador, Christopher Stevens?

I have been hesitant to post this ever since I saw it shortly after the attack on our embassy in Libya.  Now that a respectable amount of time has passed and since it is clear the administration has been lying to the American people about the events in Libya, the question of what happened to the US Ambassador,Christopher Stevens, is legitimate.

This is a Google translation of the report from Tayyar.org, a Lebanese news agency.

Killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and reportedly raped sexually before acting on the body

Sources said that “the U.S. ambassador to Libya was raped sexually before killing by gunmen who stormed the embassy building in Benghazi last night to protest against the film is offensive to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh),” The sources said that “Ambassador was killed and representation of his body in a manner similar to what happened with Gaddafi aheadkill him. “

The News reported:

Kill the U.S. ambassador in Libya Christopher Stevens and three Americans in an attack on Tuesday evening 11/09/2012 the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, also announced Wednesday a senior official at the Interior Ministry Libyan told AFP.

Libyan Deputy Prime Minister Mustafa Abu Hakor killed the U.S. ambassador in its note on his Twitter page.
For his part, President of the Supreme Security Committee in Benghazi Fawzi and Nice that the U.S. ambassador was at the consulate when the attack occurred.
Demonstrators attacked by gunmen on Tuesday evening consulate and shells fired by Libyan security sources reported in the first stage for the fall of American lives and wounded during the attack.
And condemned U.S. President Barack Obama Wednesday 12/09/2012 strongly “outrageous attack” that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans in the U.S. consulate in the city of Benghazi and ordered to tighten security at diplomatic missions around the world.
Obama said in a statement after the murder of the U.S. ambassador and three employees in a rocket attack on their vehicle in Benghazi “I have asked my department to provide all the necessary resources to ensure our employees in Libya and tighten security at diplomatic missions around the world.”
“The U.S. administration refuses to offend the religious beliefs of others, but we are clearly opposed to this kind of reckless violence of having lost the lives of state employees these people.” And condemned the British Foreign Secretary William Hague Wednesday 12/09/2012, the attack on the U.S. consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi, and he considered unjustified.
Haig said, “there is no justification for such an attack and the horrific murder of a U.S. official (Ambassador) at the consulate, and my thoughts are with his family and all his colleagues at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.”
“We welcome the condemnation of President (Parliament Mohammed Maqrif) for this incident, and it is essential that the Libyan authorities to take urgent measures to improve the security situation, particularly in Benghazi, and identify those responsible for such attacks.”
Haig stressed that the UK “stands ready to help the Libyan authorities and in any way possible and support their efforts to continue on the road to make Libya a stable, secure and meet the aspirations of the Libyan people.”

While there is no confirmation, we also know there is a lot we are not being told.

This is one of the few times I have been in a quandary of what to say and not say. I do not wish to sensationalize this. I considered posting the pictures of the Ambassador and even the video, but decided against it. If you need to see them again to remember how horrific this event was, you can find them easily on the internet.

The Adminstration owes to all who were killed, especially Ambassador Stephens, to tell the whole truth, no matter how ugly and discomforting. The media owes it to all of us to find the truth.

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