A. P. B.
GMT 21:24 2012 Wednesday, September 19
Washington: Description of the U.S. official in charge of the fight against terrorism Wednesday attack, which occurred on September 11 / September on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi as a “terrorist” with his assertion that he “was not premeditated.”
A week ago, U.S. officials stepped talked formally or without disclosing their identities sometimes contradictory statements about the armed attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
In response to a question at a Senate committee, said director of the Combating Terrorism Center Matthew Olsen said the four American citizens “were killed during the terrorist attack on our embassy” (consulate). He explained, however, that it was a “attack is the mastermind.”
The prime-governmental organization to combat terrorism, said “the attack began and evolution then taking dimensions for hours against our diplomat in Benghazi.”
And will speak and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a closed session for parliamentarians, but Olsen conservatively talked about possible links with al-Qaeda.
He said, “We have indications that the people involved in the attack may have links with al-Qaeda or (…) with al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.”
The U.S. State Department refused to talk about two days before a “terrorist act” preferred waiting for “full investigation” conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).