Michael Birnbaum has a piece in the Washington Post
called "Sensitive documents left behind at U.S. diplomatic post in Libya" (available here
). It begins:
More than three weeks after attacks in this city killed the U.S.
ambassador to Libya and three other Americans, sensitive documents
remained only loosely secured in the wreckage of the U.S. mission on
Wednesday, offering visitors easy access to delicate information about
American operations in Libya.
Documents detailing weapons collection efforts, emergency evacuation
protocols, the full internal itinerary of Ambassador J. Christopher
Stevens’s trip and the personnel records of Libyans who were contracted
to secure the mission were among the items scattered across the floors
of the looted compound when a Washington Post reporter and an
interpreter visited Wednesday.
The article also provides images of several of the documents here
. Among them is an evacuation plan which lists as a task "Gather or destroy sensitive equipment and documents."