Four days after the eleventh anniversary of September 11th, CNN found Chris Stevens’ journal on the floor of the unsecured consulate compound (Fox News, pars. 1). When the Huffington Post received news that CNN found the journal, they contacted the news station immediately (Fox News, pars. 1). On their website, CNN stated that they informed the ambassador’s family hours after the journal was discovered (Fox News, pars 3-4). The State Department has a different view on what actually happened (Fox News, pars. 4). They claimed that CNN did not inform the family, and that the network reported the contents of the journal before handing it back to his family (Fox News, pars. 5). A family member directly told the news station that they wanted the journal and would not make any decisions until then (Fox News, pars. 5). When the news station finally informed Stevens’ family, they... [continues]
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