Within eight hours of the initial attack on the United States'
diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, the CIA decided to scrub and
abandon rather than protect its annex, a military intelligence source
told Fox News.
The Benghazi consulate, where Ambassador Christopher Stevens and Foreign
Service Officer Sean Smith were killed, was never secured in the same
way. As recently as Nov. 1, six weeks after the terrorist attack and
nearly a month after an FBI team briefly collected evidence there,
Foreign Policy magazine reported its journalists had found sensitive
documents at the consulate, which included unsent memos about
“troubling” surveillance by Libyan security guards.
So the CIA got out and covered their tracks.
Exactly who do the 'Libyan security guards' work for?