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CIA Holding Secret Prisoners in Benghazi?

sparkzilla Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:05 PM
The same information about the prisoners that Broadwell mentioned in her speech was broadcast in a Fox story on the same day: "According to a source on the ground at the time of the attack, the team inside the CIA annex had captured three Libyan attackers and was forced to hand them over to the Libyans. U.S. officials do not know what happened to those three attackers and whether they were released by the Libyan forces." http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/26/cia-operators-were-denied-request-for-help-during-benghazi-attack-sources-say/#ixzz2BylUoesc So the question is: did Broadwell just read the Fox story, or was she the source of the story, or something else. http://wecheck.org/wiki/David_Petraeus_Scandal_Timeline

According to David Petraeus' mistress number one, Paula Broadwell, the CIA annex and U.S. consulate in Benghazi may have been attacked on 9/11 in an effort to free Libyan prisoners the CIA was secretly holding.


In 2009, the Obama administration signed an executive order banning secret CIA interrogation prisons overseas.

Saying that “our ideals give us the strength and moral high ground” to combat terrorism, President Obama signed executive orders Thursday ending the Central Intelligence Agency’s secret overseas prisons, banning coercive interrogation methods and closing...