The latest of the insensitive remarks made by the usurper Barry Soetoro, was a statement “We leave no one behind”. If only that were true, especially where the attack in Benghazi was concerned.
We now have a better understanding about some of the things that happened that night. However, some questions are beginning to form in my mind, and I have not seen anyone address these particular questions.
The Libyan interim President Mr. Mogharef, was very quick to counter the video story. That is fair enough because there was no protest and it was a terrorist attack. Many different sources stated from the beginning that it was a terrorist attack, but Barry S kept up the pretense that this was somehow a spontaneous action due to some really terrible video.
Mr Mogharef is a reasonable man, and the Libyan government have been co-operating with the Western world. They are enemies of Iran. Now, we do know that some reinforcements were sent from Tripoli. In fact the 17th February Brigade were alerted and escorted them to the annexe where the later action was taking place, and where Doherty and Woods were killed. This means that there must have been communication with the Libyans regarding the attack at some level.
We know that there were requests for help, and that those requests were denied. We know that there were two drones in the area taking photographs and videos of the whole attack. In fact we know that the White House Administration watched the whole attack in the situation room whilst it was happening.
If there was an issue about entering Libyan air space so that the drones could take care of the attackers, then was there or was there not, an attempt to request permission to end the attack via a drone strike? Did Washington reach out to the Libyan government regarding the attack? Did the Libyan government refuse permission to deal with the attackers?
I know the Libyans like to look after their own business. I pretty certain that they want to be able to take the attackers into custody and deal with them under their law. What I want to know, is whether or not Washington involved the Libyan government in what was happening, if they had approached Libyan security, and if not, then why not!!