24 Photographs of the of the September 11, 2012 Benghazi Attack and Aftermath

The U.S. Consulate in Benghazi was in flames during a protest by an armed group angry over a film ridiculing Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. Esam Omran Al-Fetori: Reuters: Landov
The U.S. Consulate in Benghazi is seen in flames during a protest by an armed group said to have been protesting a film being produced in the United States September 11, 2012. An American staff member of the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi has died following fierce clashes at the compound, Libyan security sources said on Wednesday. Armed gunmen attacked the compound on Tuesday evening, clashing with Libyan security forces before the latter withdrew as they came under heavy fire. REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori LIBYA
Graffiti left by the militant Islamist attackers read, among other things, ‘Allah-u-Akbar’ (‘God is great’). Daily Mail
A lounge chair and umbrella float in the swimming pool of the U.S. mission on September 13. CNN
A terrorist reacts as the U.S. mission burns on September 11. CNN
A picture shows damage inside the burnt US consulate building in Benghazi on September 13, 2012, following an attack on the building late on September 11 in which the US ambassador to Libya and three other US nationals were killed. Libya said it has made arrests and opened a probe into the attack, amid speculation that Al-Qaeda rather than a frenzied mob was to blame. Getty Images
Ambassador Christopher Stevens. Wikipedia
Chris Stevens, US Ambassador to Libya – September 11, 2012 – Benghazi. Pinterest
Obama and Clinton stan at Andrews Air Force Base as the bodies of the four Americans killed are returned on September 14. CNN
President Barack Obama (R) makes a statement about the death of U.S. ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Rose Garden at the White House on Sept. 12, 2012, in Washington, DC. Getty Images
Transfer cases are carried into a hangar during the Transfer of Remains Ceremony for the return of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Libyan embassy employees September 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. Getty Images
Four Americans were killed in the attack in Benghazi: Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, Diplomat Sean Smith, and CIA security personnel Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, both of whom were Navy SEALs. Before they were murdered by radical Islamists, Doherty and Woods reportedly killed at 60 of the terrorists attacking the Benghazi compound.  cnsnews
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