On the day of the attack, U.S. officials had spotted a police officer taking photos of the compound from a villa under construction across the streets. This was the view the officer would have had of the compound. The damaged building is the compound's cafeteria. The gate in front was known as Bravo gate, which the attackers stormed on the night of the attack.
On the day of the attack, U.S. officials had spotted a police officer taking photos of the compound from a villa under construction across the streets. This was the view the officer would have had of the compound. The damaged building is the compound's cafeteria. The gate in front was known as Bravo gate, which the attackers stormed on the night of the attack. MCT
On the day of the attack, U.S. officials had spotted a police officer taking photos of the compound from a villa under construction across the streets. This was the view the officer would have had of the compound. The damaged building is the compound's cafeteria. The gate in front was known as Bravo gate, which the attackers stormed on the night of the attack. MCT

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November 09, 2012 3:29 PM

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