A story that largely flew under the radar yesterday was about attacks on the U.S. embassies in Egypt and Libya by mobs of radical Islamists. In Egypt, they occupied the embassy, and tore down and tore up the American flag, flying a black Islamist flag in its place. In Libya, it was reported initially that they burned the embassy down, with reports of one American killed. Late last night, the AP reported that FOUR Americans were killed. Including our Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens. Also, the attack was by a rocket, not simple arson. It should be noted that under the Vienna Convention, embassies are considered foreign soil, and ambassadors are to be protected wherever they are endorsed to represent.