Sensitive U.S. files were abandoned in Libya Consulate
[USA Today] Sensitive documents were left behind in the remains of the U.S. Consulate in Libya and some may have been stolen in the chaotic aftermath, The Washington Post reports from Benghazi.
Documents a Post news hound found scattered on the floor today included weapons collection, personnel records of Libyan security contractors, emergency evacuation procedures and the travel schedule of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, who died with three others when the Consulate was attacked and burned Sept. 11. None were marked classified, but State Department officials who were shown copies of the documents asked that they not be published.
Last month, CNN discovered a copy of Steven's personal journal and broadcast details.
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