Busted!… State Department Scrubs Damning Memo From Website Following Deadly 9-11 Consulate Attacks
On Wednesday September 12, 2012 blogger Speak With Authority discovered that five days before 9-11, the US State Department sent out a memo announcing no credible security threats against the United States on the anniversary of 9-11.
The Overseas Security Advisory Council, who posted the memo, is part of the Bureau of Diplomatic Security under the U.S. Department of State.
Here is a screengrab of the memo at the OSAC website:
The OSAC memo said:
Terrorism and Important Dates
OSAC currently has no credible information to suggest that al-Qa'ida or any other terrorist group is plotting any kind of attack overseas to coincide with the upcoming anniversary of September 11. However, constituents often have concerns around important dates, holidays, and major events, Often times, these concerns are the result of increased media attention to the issue, rather than credible evidence of a terrorist plot.
But now it's gone.
The State Department scrubbed the letter from its OSAC website.
The damning memo is gone.
How convenient. They flushed the damning memo down the internet memory hole.
Dan Riehl has more.
We heard the reports about the chaos at the State Department.
But we had no idea they were scrubbing documents.
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