United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the Cameron Coalition government’s deployment of British consular officials, weapons and Blue Mountain bodyguards through Benghazi on 9/11 2012, to the gang rape of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.
The British consulate in Benghazi provided weapons for the 9/11 2012 attack on U.S. compound led by a Guantanamo Bay trusty. “Here is Catherine Herridge’s latest report on the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. “Intelligence sources tell Fox News that a former Guantanamo Bay detainee named Sufyan Ben Qumu is believed to have led the attack. He was formerly in custody at Gitmo, but was released in 2007 under the condition that the Libyans keep him in custody.”
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"Getting in on the Benghazi blame game Here's a list of where you should really be looking if you enjoy finger-pointing. By Dan Murphy, Staff writer / October 17, 2012 …. The US had been leading from the front in Benghazi with a huge presence of diplomatic and intelligence people. Woods was upset about security there. He argued that they should have had a lot more American security or they should have pulled out completely. He pointed out that the British consulate in Benghazi had shut and "actually had an MOU with us to leave their weapons and vehicles on our compound there in Benghazi. [weapons allegedly left by the British Blue Mountain bodyguards to facilitate the entry of the rapists into the compound sheltering Ambassador Stevens]" The Red Cross, too, had pulled out of Benghazi and that worried Wood: When that occurred, it was apparent to me that we were the last flag flying in Benghazi; we were the last thing on their target list to remove from Benghazi. I voiced my concern to the country team meeting. Although it was a difficult thing, the country team was left with no options at that point to – to try and change the security profile there in Benghazi. The resources had been withdrawn. The decision to not renew the (Site Security Team) was pretty much a foregone conclusion by that point in time, but I urged them to do something and anything, to include withdrawal from Benghazi, although I knew that was impossible at the time."
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