Whose first instinct is to remove from a crime scene the diary of a man killed along with three other Americans serving our country, read it, transcribe it, email it around your newsroom for others to read, and only when their curiosity is fully satisfied thinks to call the family or notify the authorities?

State Department spokesperson Philippe Reines criticizing the news network CNN for taking the diary of ambassador Christopher Stevens from the US consulate in Libya after his death. Reines also accuses CNN of publishing the contents of the diary despite the direct wishes of the Stevens’ family, who expressed several times to CNN they did not want the diary published before the immediate members of his family had a chance to read it.