Intel Agents, Cops Say Obama Lied About Libyan Attack [eurasiareview]

U.S. intelligence officials knew less than a day after the bloody attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that the perpetrators were terrorists who are alleged members of an al-Qaeda offshoot, but President Barack Obama and his minions took about a week to admit it, according to counterterrorism experts who spoke to the Law Enforcement Examiner.

“Watching U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice say on the Sunday news shows that the Obama administration deduced that the strike was a spontaneous event triggered by protests in Egypt over an anti-Islam film was at once painful and despicable,” said former NYPD detective Sid Franes, who has worked on that police department’s terror task force.

Rice went as far as calling the Benghazi attack a copy-cat act mirroring the Egyptian protest.


“While everyone in the news media and in government service are tiptoeing around the obvious, I’m going to say it straight out: Obama and his so-called national security team are a pack of liars and frauds,” said the angry former New York City cop.

Most of the news media reported on Obama version of the story, except Fox New Channel’s national security correspondent Catherine Herridge. Herridge told Fox News viewers that officials told her that the intelligence community knew by Sept. 12 that the militant Ansar al-Shariah and al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) probably the groups behind the Benghazi attack that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens.


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