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Benghazi Staff Felt Like Sitting Ducks

According to a classified cable message received by Fox News, the staff at the Benghazi consulate felt like “sitting ducks.”

The messages were received one month before four Americans were killed there and included the knowledge that Al Qaeda was setting up training camps in Benghazi and that the Americans there felt like they would be unable to defend against a coordinated attack.

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According to the cable, “RSO (Regional Security Officer) expressed concerns with the ability to defend Post in the event of a coordinated attack due to limited manpower, security measures, weapons capabilities, host nation support, and the overall size of the compound.”

Fox News further learned that this cable was addressed to the Office of the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  After that, the Emergency Action Committee in charge of this consulate was also briefed, “on the location of approximately ten Islamist militias and Al Qaeda training camps within Benghazi … these groups ran the spectrum from Islamist militias, such as the QRF Brigade and Ansar al-Sharia, to ‘Takfirist thugs.’”

It is now completely evident that the four lives lost in Benghazi were preventable had the Obama Administration acted with the knowledge they had.

Now I want you to ask yourself how much longer can the rest of the media continue to suppress this information?

One comment

  1. They were sitting ducks ,with laser designators put on them by Obama and his staff to make sure they were wiped out .Sounds to me that Obama liked watching them go after Osama so well he wanted to sit back and enjoy watching our people get shot to hell for his entertainment

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