ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 13, 2012
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(Cairo: Lama Hasan) The day of rage in Egypt and across the Middle East aimed at the US featured; scenes shown of security forces and protesters in Cairo and demonstration in Yemen at the US compound; details given about the movie "The Innocence of Muslims" that denigrates the prophet Muhammad and the dispute between the US embassy and the Muslim Brotherhood noted; Tweets quoted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The deadly attack in Libya that led to the deaths of US ambassador Chris Stevens and three others introduced.
(Tripoli: Jeffrey Kofman) The US response to events in Libya reviewed; scenes shown from Libya.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The five-hour attack on the US consulate examined; diagrams of the compound and the locations of where four American diplomats were killed shown; details given about warning signs about the anti-Muslim movie airing in Egypt. [State Department spokeswoman Victoria NULAND- talks about the Benghazi security.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The background to the anti-Muslim movie made by one Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, aka Sam Bacila, who is a Coptic Christian and has felony convictions, examined; details given about the movie's financing. [L.A. County sheriff's department Steven WHITMORE- says our presence is for security.] [Actress Cindy GARCIA - says she did not know about the film's anti-Muslim bent.] How Nakoula is in hiding discussed.
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