So are you saying that Stevens was also warned of the danger and made the decision to go to Benghazi, anyway?
Lets see now, there were protests over the anti-Islamic video going on all over the ME....it was the anniversary of 9/11....and Lybia was still mopping up after a civil war. Gee, not much potential for danger there.
Your link say...."Mr. Stevens had been back in Libya for only a short time before US security officials decided it would be safe to make the journey to Benghazi during the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
The British consulate in the city was shut after an ambush of a convoy carrying Dominic Asquith, the UK ambassador, in which his bodyguard were injured. The UN and International Committee of the Red Cross offices had been bombed and there had been a spate of political assassinations...."
Who were the "US security officials" that determined the journey to Benghazi was safe when all the other diplomatic consulates and Blue Cross had left the city? Yes, there were plenty of warnings...but inspite of the obvious and well known danger.....Stevens decided to go to Benghazi, anyway. Nobody ordered him to go....it was his choice.