The mystery surrounding the 9/11 terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi continues to deepen. One of the more recent revelations in the ever unfolding story about the attack involves the suspicious departure of General Carter Ham, commander of AFRICOM. Allegations have been made that as the general was mobilizing a rapid response force to come to the aid of the besieged consulate, he was told to stand down. (That siege, as we all know, resulted in the death of America's Libyan ambassador and three others, including two Navy Seals.) According to reports, General Ham told those telling him to...
RE: "The idea that American personnel serving abroad would be abandoned in a moment of mortal need for political reasons is nothing short of reprehensible." "Reprehensible?" Sorry, I'm not sure there's a better word in the English language, but "reprehensible" doesn't get it.
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