What We Found in Benghazi

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The first document is what appears to be a draft letter intended for Mohamed Obeidi, an official at the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Benghazi office. It complains about the Benghazi police department's failure to provide the security the U.S. mission requested and notes a "troubling" security incident on the morning of Sept. 11.

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The second document is what appears to be a draft letter intended for the Benghazi police chief, noting the Sept. 11 incident, in which a member of the police force was discovered conducting surveillance of the U.S. consulate, and asking for an official inquiry.

Written on the mirror of the bathroom near where Stevens was found: "I AM Chris from The dead."

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The room where the documents were found.

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An unclassified Sept. 9 email from Stevens to political officer David McFarland asking for confirmation on the ambassador's upcoming meetings in Benghazi. Out of caution, Foreign Policy has redacted the names listed in the email.

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A map of the U.S. consulate compound in Benghazi. The documents were found in the building labeled TOC, which stands for Tactical Operations Center.

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