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LIBYA TIMELINE SHOWING LIE AFTER LIE BY OBAMA ADMINISTRATION - LYBYAGATE COVERUP

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Published on Oct 17, 2012

New evidence shows there were security threats in Libya in the months prior to the deadly September 11 attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans. Despite these threats, the State Department left its personnel there to fend for themselves.

And when the terrorist attack did take place, the Obama Administration peddled the ridiculous story that an offensive, amateurish, anti-Islam YouTube video was to blame in order to avoid characterizing the murders of four Americans as terrorism.

April 6: IED thrown over the fence of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.

April 11: Gun battle erupts between armed groups two-and-a-half miles from the U.S. Consulate, including rocket-propelled grenades.

April 27: Two South African contractors are kidnapped by armed men, released unharmed.

May 1: Deputy Commander of U.S. Embassy Tripoli's Local Guard Force is carjacked, beaten, and detained by armed youth.

May 1: British Embassy in Tripoli is attacked by a violent mob and set on fire. Other NATO embassies attacked as well.

May 3: The State Department declines a request from personnel concerned about security at the U.S. Embassy in Libya for a DC-3 plane to take them around the country.

May 22: Two rocket-propelled grenades are fired at the Benghazi office of the International Committee of the Red Cross, less than 1 mile from the U.S. Consulate.

June 6: A large IED destroys part of the security perimeter of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. Creates hole "big enough for 40 men to go through."

June 10: A car carrying the British ambassador is attacked in Tripoli. Two bodyguards injured.

Late June: The building of the International Red Cross attacked again and closed down, leaving the U.S. flag as the only international one still flying in Benghazi, an obvious target.

Aug. 6: Armed assailants carjack a vehicle with diplomatic plates operated by U.S. personnel.

Sept. 8: A local security officer in Benghazi warns American officials about deteriorating security.

Sept. 11: Protesters attack the U.S. Cairo embassy. U.S. Embassy releases statement and tweets sympathizing with Muslim protesters/attackers.

Sept. 11: U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya is attacked, Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans are killed.

Sept. 12: Secretary Clinton and President Obama issue statements condemning both the video and the attacks.

Sept. 12: U.S. intelligence agencies have enough evidence to conclude a terrorist attack was involved.

Sept. 13: Press Secretary Jay Carney condemns video and violence at a news conference.

Sept. 14: Carney denies Administration had "actionable intelligence indicating that an attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi was planned or imminent."

Sept. 14: The bodies of slain Americans return to Andrews Air Force Base. President Obama again blames the YouTube video.

Sept. 16: U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice appears on Sunday talk shows and says the attacks were provoked by the video, exclusively.

Sept. 16: Libyan President Mohamed Magarief says, "no doubt that this [attack] was preplanned, predetermined."

Sept. 17: State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland refuses to call attacks an act of terror.

Sept. 19: CNN reports having found Ambassador Stevens's diary, which indicates concern about security threats in Benghazi.

Sept. 19: Director of the National Counterterrorism Center Matthew Olsen tells Congress the attack in Libya was "terrorism."

Sept. 20: Carney tries to back up Olsen, says it was "self-evident that what happened in Benghazi was a terrorist attack."

Sept. 20: Obama refuses to call attack terrorism, citing insufficient information.

Sept. 21: Secretary of State Clinton, at meeting with Pakistani Foreign Minister, says, "What happened in Benghazi was a terrorist attack."

Sept. 25: On ABC's "The View," Obama says, "we don't have all of the information yet so we are still gathering."

Sept. 25: To the U.N. assembly, Obama blames "A crude and disgusting video sparked outrage throughout the Muslim world."

Sept. 26: Libya's Magarief on the "Today" show says, "It was a preplanned act of terrorism directed against American citizens."

Sept. 26: Published reports show U.S. Intel agencies and the Obama Administration knew within 24 hours that al-Qaeda affiliated terrorist were involved.

Sept. 27: Innocence of Muslims filmmaker Mark Basseley Youseff (aka Nakoula Basseley Nakoula) is arrested and denied bail on the charges of "probation violation."

Sept. 28: Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper, Jr., issues a statement backing the Obama Administration's changing story about the Libyan attack. Says facts are evolving.

Oct. 2: Carney declines to comment on reported requests from diplomats in Libya for additional security, citing the State Department's internal investigation.

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