Posted by | October 14, 2012 17:20 | Filed under: Top Stories

Jan Stevens, the father of slain Libyan Ambassador Christopher Stevens, is asking that his son’s death not be politicized.

“It would really be abhorrent to make this into a campaign issue,” Jan Stevens, 77, said in a telephone interview from his home in Loomis, California, as he prepares for a memorial service for his son next week.

Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee, has criticized President Barack Obama for not providing adequate security in Libya, saying the administration has left the country exposed to a deadly terrorist attack.

The ambassador’s father, a lawyer, said politicians should await the findings of a formal investigation before making accusations or judgments.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.