(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Following the killing of four Americans at a U.S. consulate in Libya, California Governor Jerry Brown says the deaths have touched the entire state.
Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others were killed in an attack on the U.S. consulate on Tuesday night. Stevens was born and raised in northern California.
"All Californians mourn the loss of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other three Americans killed in Libya on September 11th," Brown said in a statement. "As a graduate of Piedmont High School and UC Berkeley, Ambassador Stevens represented the very best that California and the United States have to offer."
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