The Benghazi attack may have been planned with the movie used as a pretext to enrage the populace.
This was a coordinated attack, more of a commando-style event,” Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., told CBS News. “It had both coordinated fire — direct fire and indirect fire. There appeared to be military maneuvers approaching the facility.”
The man who produced the anti-Islamic film—or trailer, at least—that set off the deadly violence in Libya and Egypt is identified as “Sam Bacile” in news accounts, but now it appears that no such person exists.
I’m not sure who is more contemptible and loathsome, the filmmaker who deliberately made a movie with the hopes of causing riots or the extremists who used it as an excuse to murder and further their political ends. This is a perfect example of how lunatic fringes can not exist without each other, since they feed on each others derangement.
“Bad craziness”, as the good doctor used to say.