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"Late Benghazi U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens turned down offers of more security — twice: report
Stevens, killed in the terrorist attack with 3 other Americans, is said to have turned down direct offers from Army Gen. Carter Ham, the then-chief of the U.S. Africa Command.
The American Ambassador killed last Sept. 11 in a brutal attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi refused offers for more security at the compound, according to a bombshell report.
Christopher Stevens, the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, who was killed along with three other Americans after terrorists stormed the mission, twice turned down offers from senior military officials for additional security at the facility, McClatchy news services
“(Stevens) didn’t say why. He just turned it down,” an unnamed defense official told McClatchy.
In August, officials at the mission had drafted cables to Washington requesting “security upgrades, and staffing,” according to the report.
Shortly after the cable was sent, Stevens spoke by phone with Army Gen. Carter Ham, the then-chief of the U.S. Africa Command, who offered assistance, but Stevens refused the offer.
Stevens again turned down the offer from Ham when the two met for a previously scheduled meeting in Germany a few weeks later.
In the months since the assault, many have criticized the White House and the State Department for not providing sufficient security at the mission".
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