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Anonymous asked: am i the only one who thinks the govt. of Libya is to blame along with the killers? I mean they went into a govt. building, not some random guy's house. A govt. building. I feel like if they really wanted to they could've stopped this or at least prevented it. I feel like their government dropped the ball on this one, on purpose.
I honestly hadn’t given it a lot of thought originally but after all the news coming out that this was supposedly some pre-meditated attack it makes me wonder. How stable and set up can the government be right now really with the “revolution” they had not so long ago? Would they even have the necessary infrastructure set up to be looking for this kind of thing? What makes us think that this was something set up ahead of time and what do these people have to gain by killing an ambassador? Do we really want to get involved with Libya when we tried fairly hard to avoid getting involved before? That’s quite a few questions that I don’t really have answers to.
I don’t know if there is a lot else that could have been done but for protestors to be able to storm a government building and kill a man there was obviously some short coming that should have been taken care of by the Libyan government. I don’t know if they had the resources or the ability to prevent it but they should have made every possible effort to try to. I think that the people who gathered to mourn the event in Libya is a positive sign from the people of that area but justice still needs to be and will be pursued. With the assistance of the people in the area it will make things much easier and hopefully the entire incident can be resolved relatively quickly.