Now, a little more clarification on why Sean Smith expressed his nervousness to his online gaming partners on that day. It turns out that the cop who was taking pics of the embassy wasn't inside the embassy compound, but in a multistory building across the street that would permit his photos to show the layout of the grounds. He was spotted by a guard, who relayed the incident to the embassy staff, who then relayed their concerns to local police and transitional government agencies. They even relayed the number of the squad car, hoping to spur an investigation.
This I did not know, but according to Gateway Pundit the FBI, after remaining for a couple of weeks in Tripoli, only spent three hours inside the embassy grounds conducting their "investigation." When the reporter for the UAE-based network Alaan TV enters the compound as part of the report, there are still many documents strewn on the floor, clothes on hangers belonging to personnel, et cetera. It seems reasonable to assume, as Jim Hoft does, that the reporter visited after the FBI went in. If that's so, it's mind-boggling that they would not have taken the opportunity, as part of their investigation, to collect all of those communiques.
The broadcast video is translated by MEMRI. Go over there and check it out.
Oh, and that "investigation"? Obama's not taking part in that.