The Benghazi Cover Up – A Judicial Watch Update

The Benghazi cover up

This is a brief update about the Benghazi cover up. It is based upon the recent Judicial Watch Verdict issue dated November 2013. On September 11, 2012, another scandal started in the administration of Obama. It was the Benghazi attack on the embassy which killed Ambassador Stevens and three other Americans. It resulted in a cover-up that is ongoing to this day. Judicial watch has issued a special report entitled “On the Anniversary of the Benghazi Attack of September 11, 2012: Unanswered Questions and the Quest for Accountability from the Obama Administration.” This report focuses on the aftermath of the September 11 attacks. It specifically outlines the Obama administration’s methods used to withhold information about the Benghazi issue. It reveals in very detailed chronological fashion all of the events leading up to the attack. I have highlighted this information as well as using other sources in my article 12 on this site, jpfinancialeducation.com, An Analysis of a Scandal: Fast and Furious/Benghazi – Gun Running. See that article for details.

There are a number of very suspicious actions that this administration has used and are being interpreted as cover-ups by myself and others. Among these are the following:
Condoning Terrorists: In July, 2012, Ahmed Abu Khattala was interviewed by CNN. How is this possible? Libyan officials identified, as the “mastermind” of the attacks as early as October, 2011. This means that a specified terrorist was interviewed by CNN and the US government ignored the event.
Nondisclosure Agreements: Representative Frank Wolf of the House of Representatives: House representative Frank Wolf reported on the floor “According to trusted sources that have contacted my office, many if not all survivors of the Benghazi attacks along with others at the Department of Defense and the CIA have been asked or directed [my emphasis] to sign nondisclosure agreements about their involvement in the Benghazi attacks.”
Gun Running: On the day of the attack, Ambassador Stevens met with Mahmoud El-Mufti, the owner of the Libyan based shipping company, Al-Marfa, that allegations have stated was being used for weapons transfer out of the ambassador’s compound, called the SMC in Benghazi, to Syrian rebels via Turkey.

One year after the attack there has been no accountability, no military actions, no drones, and no arrests. Further, the administration has “stonewalled” any attempts to interview anyone that was physically act Benghazi during the actions. Finally, it now appears that CBS has been forced to withdraw its interview with the only individual that was they are physically at the scene during the event. Frankly, again I say that I am very skeptical of CBS’s actions and this administration’s actions

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