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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Fahd Al-Bakoush
Ambassador Chris Stevens was still breathing when Libyans stumbled across him inside a room in the American Consulate in Benghazi, cheering, "Alive, alive" and "God is great" when they discovered he was still breathing and then trying to rescue him after last week's deadly attack in the eastern Libyan city, witnesses told the Associated Press on Monday.
Fahd al-Bakoush, a freelance videographer who shot the video, said Stevens was breathing and his eyelids flickered.
"He was alive," he said.