The above video reportedly shows Libyans removing Ambassador Christopher Stevens' body from a window of the American mission in Benghazi after last week's attacks. According to a translation provided by the New York Times, none of what was said in the video indicated any sort of hostility or ill will; in fact, the opposite seems to be true:

"I swear, he's dead," one Libyan says, peering in.

"Bring him out, man! Bring him out," another says.

"The man is alive. Move out of the way," others shout. "Just bring him out, man."

"Move, move, he is still alive!"

"Alive, Alive! God is great," the crowd erupts, while someone calls to bring Mr. Stevens to a car.

Stevens was taken to a nearby hospital, but doctors were unable to revive him.

As the Times notes, the video seems to prove that Stevens died of smoke inhalation suffered while in the mission's safe room, not as he was driving away, as initial reports indicated.