POSTED: Saturday, September 15, 2012 - 9:21am
UPDATED: Saturday, September 15, 2012 - 9:22am
Tyler, TX — We continue our coverage on the attack on the u-s consulate in Libya. The remains of four Americans arrived home Friday.
They were killed in the U.S.. Embassy attacks on Tuesday.
Anti-U.S. protests continue throughout the Middle East.
Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, addressed the nation and offered gratitude to the four Americans who killed in Libya.
"Today we bring home four Americans who gave their lives for our country and our values. to the families of our fallen colleagues i offer our most heartfelt condolences and our deepest gratitude," says Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State.
Caskets draped in American flags being carried off the plane.
The four Americans are identified as U.S. Ambassador, Christopher Stevens, Information Management Officer Sean Smith, and Security Guards, Glen Doherty and Tyrone S. Woods.
Katie Quigley, sister of former Navy Seal, Glen Doherty, speaks of her brother....
"Glen was an amazing human being and we're-we're devastated. he was a great friend and brother and really good at his job and it's a huge loss for everyone."
Anti-U.S. protests continues.... causing turmoil.... more fires, reports of killings, and an American school torched in Tunisia.
A battle between police and protestors continued for a fourth day in Cairo.
And in Tunisia, clouds of black smoke were seen as protestors stormed the gate of the U.S.. Embassy in Tunis.
"We've all seen the images of our flag being burned and our enemies under attack by vicious mobs. The worst of it is the loss of 4 good men, including our ambassador to Libya. They were there for the most peaceful purposes in service to our country. And today, our country honors their lives and grieves with their families," says Rep. Paul Ryan, Presidential Nominee.