What a Christmas present for his family. In the final report, it was everyone, but at the same time no one, that failed their duty. It would be unfair, to place blame. In the final determination, after exhaustive review, responsibility rests on the Ambassador's shoulders for the safety of the ground personnel. He didn't ask that the mission be closed, or forcefully enough ask for more boots on the ground. This poor man didn't even fire extinquishers at his disposal. Meanwhile, the man who refused to send aid, Barrack, is on another 20 day vacation in Hawaii. How do these people sleep at night?
According to people in the White House "Ready Room" the Kenyan sat and watched in real time the attack on the safe house (not a consulate) and did nothing. My personal belief is that they hung him out to dry because he knew too much. He had been instrumental in arming those that killed Khadaffi and was trying to round up heavy weapons for shipment to Al Queda in Syria.