It had been the most lethal attack against U.S. diplomatic facilities since the 1983 Beirut embassy bombing took the lives of 63 people.
Chaos favoring extremists courtesy Hussein and Hitlery-Huma's Arab Spring the anti-secularist Islamarossa.
As shameful as Clinton's Mogadishu where his team disallowed the gunships and tanks.
As clumsy as Carter's Desert One catastrophe to rescue the hostages resulting from his alliance with Ayatollah Khomeini.
Just as Clinton allowed Iran to arm Bosnians so Hussein et Hitlery-Huma arm Al Qaeda and Al Qaeda Lite.
The poseur who claims he "got bin Laden" sowed a million bin Ladens in a fertile plot.
You left out Bin Ladins’s 1998 embassy bombing in Tanzania and Kenya. 212 killed, 4000 injured
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P 37 Aug 8, 2012, Note 5, Attacks (signed off by Stevens AKA John Christopher Stevens)
See page 45, June 5, 2012, Points 8 and 9 (signed off by Stevens) Brigades of the Imprisoned Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman ...down to... that the attacks were the work of extremists who are opposed to western influence in Libya. A number of local contacts agreed, noting that Islamic extremism appears to be on the rise in eastern Libya and that the Al-Qaeda flag has been spotted several times flying over government buildings and training facilities in Derna,
P 57, Sept 11, 2012 (day of the attack), signed off by Stevens, Section 4
****Militia commanders discuss Muslim Brotherhood, Jibril, their political aspirations, the economy, and security: In a September 9 meeting, local area militia commanders Wissam bin Ahmed (Commander, Libya Shield 1) and Muhammad al-Gharabi (Commander, Rafa al-Sahti Brigade, Libya Shield 2) discussed the very fluid relationships and blurry lines they say define membership in Benghazi-based brigades under the February 17, Libya Shield, and SSC umbrellas. They themselves were members of multiple brigades, they said. They debated hotly and without resolution about which brigades supported or opposed specific causes. They claimed to exercise control over Libyan Armed Forces Chief of Staff Yusef Mangoush who depends on them to secure eastern Libya. In times of crisis, Magoush has no other choice than to turn to their brigades for help, they said, as he did recently with unrest in Kufra. As part of this arrangement, Mangoush often provides the brigades direct stocks of weapons and ammunition, they said. Al-Gharabi and bin-Ahmed support the Libyan Muslim Brotherhoods Justice and Construction Party backed candidate Minister of Electricity Awad Al Barasi for Prime Minister and they said that. if elected, Al Barasi would appoint Fawzi Bukatif, Commander of the February 17 Brigade, as Minister of Defense. Bukatifs appointment would open the MOD and other security ministries and offices to plum-appointments for his most favored brigade commanders giving February 17 and Libya Shield tacit control of the armed forces. They criticized the USG for supporting National Forces Alliance (NFA) leader and Prime Mininister Candidate Mahmoud Jibril. If Jibril wom, they said, they would not continue to guarantee security in Benghazi, a critical function they asserted they were currently providing. Growing problem with security would discourage foreign investment and led [sic] to persistent stagnation in eastern Libya, but the US could play a role by pressuring American business to invest in Benghazi***