Who’s responsible for Benghazi?


The May 19 letter Let me out of GOP offers a simplistic explanation of the Benghazi attack. But many quetions remain unanswered:

Why was a diplomatic post poorly protected? Why didn’t Hillary Clinton, then secretary of √State, see the requests for protection? Why were the CIA’s past warnings ignored?

How does the letter writer know that a well-organized force that trains for this kind of assault, willing to intervene against a dozen armed men, would have failed? Where was the president during the night this tragedy was unraveling?

We know he went to a fund- raiser in Las Vegas the next day. Why were the talking points altered 12 times to protect the president before the election?

I would like to know how this government functions and most important that they don’t deliberatly hide the truth.

We are not kicking a dead horse; we simply want to know the truth and who is responible for the death of four Americans.

Renee Arazie, Aventura

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