Benghazi Video: Was the Arabic man in this video speaking English to the NY Times Reporter? (tweet by Fitzpatrick)

 

Kirkpatrick tweeted Monday night that the Times had “a reporter on the scene talking to the attackers during the attack.””

القنصلية الامريكية في بنغازي بعد الهجوم ومقتل سفيرها
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At the 5 mark, a guy with an Arabic accent says in English to someone on his right, “I bet they kill him”, as people are heading into the bldg. A shot is soon heard at the 15 mark and at 1:00, towards the end of the video. The video is somehow spliced towards the end. There is a white extended cab truck with people leaving the flaming building to get in. It first shows at about the 11 mark, then there’s another gunshot right after at the 15 mark. The same video shot shows up again at the 1:18 mark and a gunshot at the 1:23 mark.
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The man who said “I’ll bet they kill him” was obviously speaking in English for the benefit of English speaking people present and since this video was downloaded by RT Arabic there wouldn’t be a reason for English. I’ve often wondered who the man was speaking to in English. Was he speaking in English to the NY Times reporter Fitzpatrick mentioned in his tweet?

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New York Times Had Reporter ‘Talking to the Attackers’ During Benghazi Massacre

by  Tony Lee 31 Dec 2013

The New York Times had a reporter talking to attackers on the ground during the Benghazi attacks that killed four Americans in September of 2012, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, and that reporter may know the identity of some of the murderers and perpetrators.

David Kirkpatrick is the Times reporter who wrote the story that forced the paper’s Editorial page editor to defensively declare on Monday that it has not chosen to endorse Hillary Clinton for president in 2016. The editor said that the paper had a reporter on the ground who was witnessing the attacks.

That admission is even in Kirpatrick’s story, which, as Breitbart News reported, has received considerable blowback for attempting to “whitewash the Benghazi tragedy.” The Times alleges that there was no al-Qaeda involvement in the attacks that killed four Americans (contradicting the paper’s own reporting), that murdered U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens had “little understanding” of the region, and that the terrorists were motivated by an anti-Muhammed YouTube video:

Soon scores, if not hundreds, of others were racing to the scene. Some arrived with guns, some with cameras. The attackers had posted sentries at Venezia Road, adjacent to the compound, to guard their rear flank, but they let pass anyone trying to join the mayhem. Witnesses said young men rushing inside had left empty pickup trucks from Ansar al-Shariah, but also all the other big militias ostensibly allied with the government.

There is no doubt that anger over the video motivated many attackers. A Libyan journalist working for The New York Times was blocked from entering by the sentries outside, and he learned of the film from the fighters who stopped him. Other Libyan witnesses, too, said they received lectures from the attackers about the evil of the film and the virtue of defending the prophet.

Kirkpatrick tweeted Monday night that the Times had “a reporter on the scene talking to the attackers during the attack.” His tweet prompted those on Twitter, including a former U.N. spokesperson for George W. Bush, to wonder if the Times knew who the attackers were and whether the reporter who was on the ground witnessed the murder of a U.S. Ambassador without calling for help:

@RichardGrenell we had a reporter on the scene talking to the attackers during the attack- still invaluable

— David D. Kirkpatrick (@ddknyt) December 30, 2013

NYT reporter says NYT knows who Benghazi attackers are > @ddknyt: we had a reporter on the scene talking to the attackers during the attack

— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) December 31, 2013

@RichardGrenell @ddknyt Was the @nytimes reporter supposedly in #Benghazi witnessing the murder of Amb. Stevens an American?

— Robert C. O’Brien (@robertcobrien) December 31, 2013

@RichardGrenell @ddknyt Did the @nytimes supposedly in #Benghazi have a SAT phone? Did he call for help for Amb. Stevens & Sean Smith?

Robert C. O’Brien (@robertcobrien) December 31, 2013

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/2013/12/31/New-York-Times-Had-Reporter-Talking-to-the-Attackers-During-Benghazi-Massacre

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From the Egyptian Chronicles – Real Time:

“And the US ambassador in Benghazi Chris Steven was killed after the attack on the consulate late last night in a huge escalation of its kind. Allegedly Conservatives in Benghazi attacked the embassy to object the so-called insulting film. The protest already started in Libya hours after the protest in Cairo and according to some sources including a Jihadist Facebook the attack was actually to avenge for the murder of Abu Yahia , the Libyan who was believed to be the second man in Al Qaeda on the occasion of 9/11. Here is a video showing the Consulate right after the attack on fire. According to reports Chris Steven suffocated from the fire. Two marines were killed in the blaze and not less than 16 were injured. There are photos  for  Steven being dragged out of the embassy !!

I do not know if he was alive or dead. I will not share them. I will not say anything except from theological point of view embassies and diplomats are not to be targeted to attack. What happened is the hugest insult to Islam. Now Russia Today claims that Salafists in Tunisia are calling their supporters to attack and destroy the US embassy. Anyhow the US embassy in Tunisia is said to be heavily secured.”

http://egyptianchronicles.blogspot.com/2012/09/usembassy-bad-day-for-us-embassy-in.html

It wasn’t an official USA Embassy. It’s been strategically phrased by Obama, Hillary Clinton, and their administration, as a “mission” or “compound”. They’ve been a lot more careful in their wording than the foreign press.

Did the Times have a reporter at the scene?

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