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Benghazi: A Dereliction of Duty

Alan437 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 12:44 PM
Without question, this event in Benghazi is the single most troubling demonstration of failure by the Executive branch in my memory. It makes Watergate pale by comparison. As the real story of this tragic night unfolds, the original cover story and the attempts to diminish the obvious evidence of dereliction of duty to not only those who suffered and died in Benghazi, but to the American people is nothing short of sickening. Is an Internet post any real evidence? Probably if it appears at or about the time the real time event data is coming in, it is a damn good indicator. Dereliction of duty is a kindness, I would submit the actions and inactions of the Executive branch in this matter go far beyond that line.
Petya Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 6:18 PM
Yes, I am also very troubled by this Alan - couldn't sleep!

Dereliction

1. Willful neglect, as of duty or principle.

2. a. The act of abandoning; abandonment.

    b. A state of abandonment or neglect.

Within two hours of the attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012, that resulted in the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans, an email was sent to the White House and State Department.

That first email was sent at 4:05 PM-ET (10:05 PM in Benghazi) and specifically mentioned that the Libyan group called Ansar al-Sharia, an al-Qaeda affiliated group, had claimed responsibility for the attacks. Fox News...