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No I am saying that Qumu was pointed out quickly as a leader of the attack.

I am saying that the 60 Minutes piece confirms what that the US intelligence sources said about the attack days after the attack and that the Obama administration denied these facts and instead pushed focus to the YouTube video, much like a street hustler distracts a three-card monte sucker.


Okay. I understand what you're dying now. Thanks for explaining.

I have three questions:

1) What does this have to do with Davies and his credibility?

2) What intelligence sources said Qumu was the mastermind of the attack in the days following?

3) If that is the case, then why is it news -- or a "bombshell" -- that "60 Minutes" is repeating it now, more than a year later?
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