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Did the State DepartmentRefuse to Intervene in Benghazi Security Dispute?

World  (tags: Benghazi, US State Department, Insecurity, State Department, Security Failure, Incompetence, Death, Inadequate security, dismissal of warnings, consular security breach, failure, costly failure )

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According to new information reported by Fox News, the State Department had ample warning about the deteriorating security conditions in Benghazi, from the people who knew it best -- the security team it hired for the job.

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Paula M (39)
Wednesday October 3, 2012, 3:08 pm
From the article:

This is pretty curious, even without the catastrophic and deadly aftermath. Why wouldn’t State intervene in a dispute over consular security, especially in an area as dangerous — and known to be dangerous — as Benghazi? If the security team on the ground reported that the protection was inadequate, shouldn’t that have raised a red flag at Foggy Bottom? Are requests for more security so routine that we have a boy-who-cried-wolf dynamic at State, and if so, has anyone done a systematic analysis of security arrangements worldwide?

Giana Peranio-paz (398)
Thursday October 4, 2012, 3:25 am
Strange and we don't actually know what really goes on and never will.

Nikolas K (94)
Thursday October 4, 2012, 6:02 am
These events are an expected outcome of a regime thats well versed in creating false flags to implement its global agenda which does not include the love and sanctity towards human life regardless of who it is. Its just all about human enslavement globally and business for the banksters.
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