The Obama administration’s story on the attacks that killed four Americans unravels even further.

Watch the report:

Takeaway quotes:

“Details that we have never heard before about what went down.  And this is significantly different than what we were told at the time.”

“At the time as you recall we were told it was a protest that went bad and became an attack.   Now we are told there was no protest going on outside that embassy.” 

“A very complex attack.  Without precedent in U.S. diplomatic history.”

You mean it wasn’t a spontaneous protest over a video that nobody had seen before?  You don’t say.

Refresher from ABC News, three days after the attack:

The attack that killed four Americans in the Libyan consulate began as a spontaneous protest against the film “The Innocence of Muslims,” but Islamic militants who may have links to Al Qaeda used the opportunity to launch an attack, CIA Director David Petreaus told the House Intelligence Committee today according to one lawmaker who attended a closed-door briefing.

Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, the top Democrat on the House Intel committee, said Petraeus laid out “a chronological order exactly what we felt happened, how it happened, and where we’re going in the future.”

“In the Benghazi area, in the beginning we feel that it was spontaneous – the protest- because it went on for two or three hours, which is very relevant because if it was something that was planned, then they could have come and attacked right away,” Ruppersberger, D-Md., said following the hour-long briefing by Petraeus. “At this point it looks as if there was a spontaneous situation that occurred and that as a result of that, the extreme groups that were probably connected to al Qaeda took advantage of that situation and then the attack started.”

Obama, September 20th:

“What we do know is that the natural protests that arose because of the outrage over the video were used as an excuse by extremists to see if they can also directly harm U.S. interests.”