WASHINGTON — Google was ordered to remove a video from its YouTube website, a video-sharing website that receives millions of visitors, which the mainstream media still blames as the cause of the attack on the U.S. consulate at Benghazi on September 11, 2012.
Reuters said that Google was ordered by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals by a 2-1 vote to remove the video. The plaintiff alleged that some of her material was included in the video, but not in the way she intended and was done without her knowledge.
Reuters called it “an anti-Islamic film that had sparked protests across the Muslim world” and “it sparked a torrent of anti-American unrest among Muslims in Egypt, Libya and other countries in 2012. They went on to say:
That outbreak coincided with an attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi that killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya. U.S. and other foreign embassies were also stormed in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
This is not the first time that Reuters has ignored or marginalized the Benghazi attacks.
The film, “Innocence of Muslims,” was blamed by the Obama administration for causing protests that resulted in the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya being stormed and four Americans killed. One of the dead was the American ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens.
However, recent discoveries have revealed that it was an organized terrorist attack and that no help came for the besieged Americans.
Accuracy in Media is heading a Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi to find the truth about the disastrous attacks on the American consulate.