Sunday, September 16, 2012

Where are the Libyan Bodies?

Our ambassador to Libya was guarded by two retired SEALS. In life threatening circumstances that ended in four deaths at the hands of what is purported to be an undirected mob, they apparently did not use force to defend themselves.

Libyan bodies should have been stacked like cordwood. Where are the dead and wounded attackers?

Were the ambassador's security detail unarmed?

The attack was an act of war, for which we should retaliate. But if the State Department ordered the SEALS disarmed, we should be investigating a crime by Americans against Americans.

Where are the bodies?

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