U.S. Ambassador Raped, Sodomized Report Unconfirmed by AFP, Possible False Report? [Update]

By Mstarz reporter | Sep 17, 2012 06:34 AM EDT
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U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens was reportedly raped and sodomized according to various reports on the internet that provided seemingly legitimate references.  However, the latest update reports that the news is unconfirmed, reported by the Washington Times.

The Lebanese news website Tayyay.org has incorrectly cited the AFP as the one who obtained the information about Chris Stevenss rape from the Libyan Interior Ministry.

CLICK TO READ Lebanese Report translated into English.

A blurb from Tayyay.org's report reads:

An english translation of the original article from arabic read, 'The U.S. ambassador to Libya was raped sexually before killing by gunmen who stormed the embassy building in Benghazi last night to protest against the film is offensive to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).' The sources said that 'Ambassador was killed and representation of his body in a manner similar to what happened with Gaddafi, such as murder.'"

The chief AFP spoke out by releasing an official statement to Mstarz.

Greetings, Concerning your query on the report published by a Lebanese website according to which ambassador Stevens was sodomized. That report falsely quoted our news agency and has no truth whatsover to it. AFP promptly sent a strongly worded complaint to that website and they removed the report and published a denial, saying that AFP did not report such a thing.

Libyan Free Press reported about the Ambassador being sodomized before his death with a video as proof.  However, the video has been removed, as reported by WT.

Not until an autopsy report is complete, there is no telling or confirming of what Chris Stevens suffered in the deadly attacked in Libya.

RIP Chris Stevens. 

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