Was Benghazi Attack on U.S. Consulate an Inside Job?

Kasey Jachim:

There are so many discrepancies and inconsistencies – it would not surprise me if someone in our government was complicit in this attack!

Originally posted on The Counter Jihad Report:

By Jamie Dettmer:

One man gives his harrowing account of the attack on the U.S. Ambassador.

The sun had risen over a hazy Benghazi about an hour earlier, and as he grabbed the wheel of his militia’s beaten-up white Toyota pickup, 42-year-old Ibn Febrayir (not his real name) groused to himself that this was no way to treat an ambassador, especially U.S. envoy Christopher Stevens. He had heard war tales about the lanky, good-natured Californian. How he had ventured to the shifting front lines during the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi and during lulls shared the rebels’ impromptu meals, ready to swap jokes and flash a winning smile, even when regime forces were mounting a counter-offensive.

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Febrayir was dog-tired. His wife had been calling him incessantly all night and he hadn’t answered. Earlier he’d led an unsuccessful relief effort on the U.S. consulate after Salafist militants had launched an assault…

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One thought on “Was Benghazi Attack on U.S. Consulate an Inside Job?

  1. Yeah I remember one reporter read an email from one of the guys who died and said a policeman who was suppose to be guarding them was taking photos of the inside of the embassy

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