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On Sept. 11, 2012, a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans were killed in a terrorist attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

As a journalist and former special operations pilot, I am disappointed by the way the media has covered the Benghazi terrorist attack.  The media conversation has been focused on sex scandals and political intrigue, and not on the most important part of this story – what really happened that night in Benghazi?  This is the Blackhawk Down of our generation, and the media has largely ignored it.

Along with other patriotic and concerned Americans, I have launched a national campaign to hold the media accountable. We will redirect the conversation back to the pursuit of the true story of what happened in Benghazi.  To honor the memory of the four Americans who died, and prevent something like this from happening again, we demand that the tough questions are asked, and that this story is not abandoned until the truth is told.  This is what we owe the families of the fallen, and what the American people deserve.

We are working with renowned Washington, DC media producer, Rick Reed, who created the famously successful Swift Boat Veterans and POWs for Truth media campaign in the 2004 presidential race, to launch a national campaign to honor our Benghazi heroes by holding the media accountable to the American people.  Press release.

Our national campaign will demand that journalists ask the following questions:

1.     Why was Amb. Stevens in Benghazi on the night of Sept. 11, 2012, and not at the U.S. embassy in Tripoli?

2.     Why was the U.S. consulate in Benghazi denied the extra security it requested?

3.     Was General Ham relieved of command of AFRICOM because he intended to send a rescue mission to the U.S. consulate facility in Benghazi?

4.     Why were U.S. military assets in the Mediterranean not put on alert for the Sept. 11 anniversary? U.S. F-16s on alert at Aviano AFB, Italy could have been in Benghazi in less than two hours – if they had been on alert.

5.      Why did Defense Secretary Panetta wait five hours before issuing orders to deploy special operations forces to respond to the Benghazi attack?

6.     Why did it take 24 hours for the first U.S. troops to arrive in Libya after the attack?

7.     Why have we not heard testimony from the survivors of the Benghazi attack?

8.     Why did Secretary of State Hillary Clinton not publicly answer questions about the Benghazi attack and why did Ambassador Rice go in her place?

9.     What support was requested by ex-Navy SEALs Woods and Doherty?  Why did Woods and Doherty paint targets with a laser designator if no aviation assets were available?

10. Was there an AC-130 gunship on scene in Benghazi, and was it refused permission to engage?

We need patriotic citizens to help us by donating as generously as they can so that we can launch a national media campaign on all fronts.

Your donations will help us reach millions of Americans by funding radio and television advertisements. We want to create a Swift Boat Veterans and POWs for Truth style media campaign to honor these heroes.  Every $100 we receive will enable us to reach more than 1000 Americans with the truth about who these heroes were, and what took place that night in Benghazi.

Our mission isn’t about politics.  We only care about honoring the memory of Ambassador Chris Stevens, Glen Doherty, Sean Smith and Tyrone Woods.  Their bravery has been overshadowed by political spin.  We want to tell the world the truth about what they did that night, and make sure that their story is not forgotten.

As Ronald Reagan said, If not you….who? If not now….when?”

We need you – now.

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Foundation to Illuminate America’s Heroes “Campaign To Remember Our Benghazi Heroes” Announces Questions That Must Be Answered For Our Heroes To Be Honored & Illuminated

The “Campaign To Remember Our Benghazi Heroes”, a Project of the Foundation to Illuminate America’s Heroes, a 501(c)3 educational and charitable foundation, announced a list of questions that must be answered for the four heroes of the Benghazi attack to be honored and illuminated with the truth.

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Quote startWe want to redirect the conversation back to the pursuit of the true story of what happened in Benghazi in order to honor the memory of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens; Consulate Info Officer, Sean Smith; and Navy SEALs, Tyrone Woods and Glen DohertyQuote end

McLean, VA (PRWEB) December 13, 2012

Nolan W. Peterson, Director of the Foundation to Illuminate America’s Heroes National “Campaign To Remember Our Benghazi Heroes”, announced today a series of questions that must be addressed in order to properly honor the four heroes of the terrorist attack on the Benghazi Consulate on September 11, 2012.

“As a journalist and former special operations pilot, I am disappointed by the way the media has covered the Benghazi attack,” Peterson said, “The media conversation has been focused on sex scandals and political intrigue, and not on the most important part of this story, which is—what really happened that night in Benghazi? This is the “Blackhawk Down” of our generation, and the media has largely ignored it.”

“Along with other patriotic and concerned Americans, I have launched a national campaign, as a project of the Foundation to Illuminate America’s Heroes,” (http://www.benghaziheroescampaign.com) Peterson said, “We want to redirect the conversation back to the pursuit of the true story of what happened in Benghazi in order to honor the memory of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens; Consulate Info Officer, Sean Smith; and Navy SEALs, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty who died in that attack, and to prevent something like this from happening again. We demand that the tough questions are asked and this important story is not abandoned until the full truth is told. This is what the families of the fallen, and what the American people deserve.”

“Our national campaign will demand that journalists ask and seek answers to the following questions,” Peterson stated:
(1)    Why was Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi on the night of September 11, 2012 and not at the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli?
(2)    Why was the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi denied the extra security it requested?
(3)    Was General Ham relieved of command of AFTRICOM because he intended to send a rescue mission to the U.S. Consulate facility in Benghazi?
(4)    Why were U.S. military assets in the Mediterranean not put on alert for the September 11th anniversary? U.S. F-16s on alert at Aviano AFB, Italy could have been in Benghazi in less than 2 hours—if they had been on alert.
(5)    Why did Defense Secretary Panetta wait five hours before issuing orders to deploy special operations forces to respond to the Benghazi attack?
(6)    Why did it take 24 hours for the first U.S. troops to arrive in Libya after the attack?
(7)    Why have we not heard testimony from the survivors of the Benghazi attack?
(8)    Why did Secretary of State Hillary Clinton not publicly answer questions about the Benghazi attack and why did Ambassador Rice go in her place?
(9)    What support was requested by ex-Navy SEALs Woods and Doherty? Why did Woods and Doherty paint targets with a laser designator if no aviation assets were available?
(10)    Was there an AC-130 gunship on scene in Benghazi, and was it refused permission to engage?
“These questions and getting answers to them is the goal of the massive national media campaign which was announced by the Foundation through a press release two weeks ago, to insure that the heroes of Benghazi are not forgotten and that the truth be told”, said Peterson.

Founding Board Member and executive director of the Foundation to Illuminate America’s Heroes (http://www.illuminateamericasheroes.com), David C. Jamison, stated: “The national media campaign of our Benghazi heroes project will utilize all forms of media; radio and television spots, the internet, YouTube videos, newspapers and magazines, media interviews and hopefully an eventual television documentary. All of this is necessary to insure that our four heroes of the Benghazi attack are not forgotten and that the truth be told—getting truthful answers to the essential questions that Nolan Peterson has announced here today.” “This is the goal of the national media campaign of the “Campaign to Remember Our Benghazi Heroes”(http://www.benghaziheroescampaign.com)

“We want to tell the stories of these heroes, utilizing all of the media avenues available to us”, Jamison said, “Our efforts to tell the world what these four heroes did on that fateful night will only be limited by the amount of donations the Foundation receives for this project.”

“The Goal of our media campaign is to redirect the national conversation back to what actually happened in Benghazi,” he said. “The Foundation’s campaign is designed to insure that these heroes of the Benghazi attack are not forgotten,” he added. “Our memories of them, who they were, what they heroically did and how important they are to us and our country will be kept alive through this massive national media campaign, using radio and television spots, the internet, interviews, articles in popular magazines and a possible future documentary. You can help tell their story by your donations to this project. Only in this way can we truly honor the lives of these four fallen heroes.”

Rick Reed of Rick Reed Media is an International Advisory Board Member of the Foundation and the co-producer of the famously successful Swift Boat Veterans and POWs for Truth media campaign, which had such a profound effect on the Presidential race 8 years ago. Mr. Reed will be actively involved in the Foundation’s massive national media campaign, “To Remember…To Honor…and To Illuminate Our Heroes of Benghazi” so that they are not forgotten and that the truth be told.

The Foundation is offering the opportunity to all patriotic American donors to participate in illuminating the inspiring story of these four American heroes through the tax-deductible, charitable Foundation which will enable their heroic story to be told to America and the world.( http://www.benghaziheroescampaign.com)

The Foundation is also making a personal appeal to all patriotic Americans to virally spread the word of this this National “Campaign To Remember Our Benghazi Heroes”–To Remember, Honor & Illuminate Our Four Heroes of Benghazi who heroically lost their lives in the terrorist attack on our Consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. at http://www.benghaziheroescampaign.com, through all social media; sharing a link to this press release with their best contacts and members of the media they know; and to email links to their Twitter accounts and on their Facebook pages.

For further information and/or questions about the Heroes of Benghazi Campaign, please contact Nolan W. Peterson, Director of The Campaign To Remember Our Benghazi Heroes, at nwp04(at)hotmail(dot)com or at (941) 993-7939. Please also visit our special project at http://www.benghaziheroescampaign.com.

Contact information:
The Foundation to Illuminate America’s Heroes, Inc.
http://www.illuminateamericasheroes.com
http://www.benghaziheroescampaign.com
davidj(at)illuminateamericasheroes(dot)com
nwp04(at)hotmail(dot)com

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END THE LIE

FBI questions Tunisian man over Benghazi consulate attack

This file photo taken on September 11, 2012 shows a vehicle and the surrounding area engulfed in flames after it was set on fire inside the US mission compound in Benghazi. (AFP Photo)

This file photo taken on September 11, 2012 shows a vehicle and the surrounding area engulfed in flames after it was set on fire inside the US mission compound in Benghazi. (AFP Photo)

A Tunisian man has been questioned by the FBI in connection with the September 11 bombing of the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya that killed four diplomats. After months of failed attempts, he was examined as a “witness” – without legal counsel.

­Ali Harzi was extradited to Tunisia after being arrested in Turkey in October, under strong suspicion of involvement in the terrorist attack in which US Ambassador Christopher Stephens was killed.

He had since refused to be questioned by the FBI without the presence of his lawyer.

“They wanted to interrogate him as a witness, but he has refused,” his lawyer Abdelbasset Ben Mbarek explained to AFP, adding that authorities attempted to question him “in secret” without his lawyers.

Fadhel Saihi, an advisor to the Tunisian Justice Ministry, told AFP that Tunisian authorities are cooperating with the US investigation.

However delays with the questioning of Hazri have led to calls for sanctions in the U.S.

In early December Republican representative Frank Wolf urged Congress and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to cut off financial aid to Tunisia until it allowed the FBI to interview Hazri. Tunisia has received over $320 million in US aid since January 2011.

After months of wrangling, the Tunisian court allowed three FBI agents to question Hazri before a judge and through a Moroccan interpreter. Hazri’s legal counsel was not allowed to be present, on the basis that he was being questioned as a “witness” and not a defendant.

Nevertheless, Hazri was charged for “membership of a terrorist organisation” under Tunisian law, which he denies.

Hazri was also questioned about the attack on the US Embassy in Tunisia, reported AP.

The September 11 attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is believed to have been carried out by Ansar al-Sharia, a militant Islamist group with strong ties to Al Qa’ida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). However, the investigation in Libya has made little progress.

Several days later, the US Embassy in the Tunisian capital of Tunis was also attacked by a mob, which destroyed property and a nearby American school. Four people were killed in the attacks which were carried out by a local group, also calling itself Ansar al-Sharia.

Ansar al-Sharia was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organisation by the US Department of State and the United Nations Al Qa’ida Sanctions Committee on October 4.

The Obama Administration has faced repeated criticisms over its investigation of the Benghazi attack, after a report by the Accountability Review Board blamed the US State Department for inadequate security measures at the consulate. The report cited systematic mismanagement that left the Benghazi diplomatic mission vulnerable to terrorist attacks.

Following the release of the report, the US State Department’s security chief and two other senior officials tendered their resignations. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was expected to be questioned by a Senate committee on the attack, but her appearance was cancelled due to health issues.

Source: RT

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WND & AARON KLEIN

And the biggest lie of 2012 is .. Benghazi

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JERUSALEM – Information surrounding the Sept. 11 attacks against the U.S. mission in Benghazi has been so distorted by the Obama administration and so misreported by the news media that the issue was selected as WND’s “Biggest Lie of the Year.”

Immediately following the attacks, President Obama and other White House officials notoriously blamed supposed anti-American sentiment leading to the violent events on an obscure anti-Muhammad video on YouTube they claimed was responsible for supposedly popular civilian protests that they said took place outside the U.S. mission in Benghazi – protests, they claimed, that devolved into a jihadist onslaught.

However, vivid accounts provided by the State Department and intelligence officials later made clear no such popular demonstration took place. Instead, video footage from Benghazi reportedly shows an organized group of armed men attacking the compound, the officials said.

‘Consulate’?

Media coverage of the events has been so dismal that even the most basic understanding of what happened is being distorted. The vast majority of all news media coverage worldwide refer to the U.S. facility that was attacked as a “consulate,” even though the government itself has been careful to call it a “mission.”

WND has filed numerous reports quoting Middle East security sources describing the mission in Benghazi as serving as a meeting place to coordinate aid for the rebel-led insurgencies in the Middle East.

Among the tasks performed inside the building was collaborating with Arab countries on the recruitment of fighters – including jihadists – to target Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria, the officials said.

Whether the news media report on what was allegedly transpiring at the mission or not, their calling the building a “consulate” is misleading.

A consulate typically refers to the building that officially houses a consul, who is the official representatives of the government of one state in the territory of another. The U.S. consul in Libya, Jenny Cordell, works out of the embassy in Tripoli.

Consulates at times function as junior embassies, providing services related to visas, passports and citizen information.

On Aug. 26, about two weeks before his was killed, U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens attended a ceremony marking the opening of consular services at the Tripoli embassy.

The main role of a consulate is to foster trade with the host and care for its own citizens who are traveling or living in the host nation.

Diplomatic missions, on the other hand, maintain a more generalized role. A diplomatic mission is simply a group of people from one state or an international inter-governmental organization present in another state to represent matters of the sending state or organization in the receiving state.

However, according to a State Department report released last week, the U.S. facility in Benghazi did not fit the profile of a diplomatic mission, either.

According to the 39-page report released this week by independent investigators probing the attacks at the diplomatic facility, the U.S. mission in Benghazi was set up without the knowledge of the new Libyan government, as WND reported.

“Another key driver behind the weak security platform in Benghazi was the decision to treat Benghazi as a temporary, residential facility, not officially notified to the host government, even though it was also a full-time office facility,” the report states. “This resulted in the Special Mission compound being excepted from office facility standards and accountability under the Secure Embassy Construction and Counterterrorism Act of 1999 (SECCA) and the Overseas Security Policy Board (OSPB).”

The report, based on a probe led by former U.S. diplomat Thomas Pickering, calls the facility a “Special U.S. Mission.”

The report further refers to the attacked facility as a “U.S. Special Mission,” adding yet another qualifier to the title of the building.

Violated international law?

WND also exclusively reported the facility may have violated the terms of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, which governs the establishment of overseas missions.

Like most nations, the U.S. is a signatory to the 1961 United Nations convention.

Article 2 of the convention makes clear the host government must be informed about the establishment of any permanent foreign mission on its soil: “The establishment of diplomatic relations between States, and of permanent diplomatic missions, takes place by mutual consent.”

According to the State report, there was a decision “to treat Benghazi as a temporary, residential facility,” likely disqualifying the building from permanent mission status if the mission was indeed temporary.

However, the same sentence in the report notes the host government was not notified about the Benghazi mission “even though it was also a full-time office facility.”

Article 12 of the Vienna Convention dictates, “The sending State may not, without the prior express consent of the receiving State, establish offices forming part of the mission in localities other than those in which the mission itself is established.”

If the Benghazi mission was a “full-time office facility,” it may violate Article 12 in that the mission most likely was considered an arm of the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, which served as the main U.S. mission to Libya.

Rice in hot water

Obama was not the only White House official to mislead on Benghazi.

As WND reported, in the immediate aftermath of the attacks, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice may have deliberately misled the public when she went on television news shows and called the facility that had been targeted a “consulate.”

Much of the media attention and political criticism has been focused on Rice’s other statements immediately after the Benghazi attacks, primarily her blaming an obscure YouTube film vilifying the Islamic figure Muhammad for what she claimed were popular protests outside the U.S. mission.

Video and intelligence evidence has demonstrated there were no popular protests outside the Benghazi facility that day and that the attack was carried out by jihadists.

However, in defending itself against recent claims that the White House scrubbed the CIA’s initial intelligence assessment on the Benghazi attacks of references to al-Qaida, Obama administration officials might have unintentionally implicated themselves in another, largely unnoticed scandal.

Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes contended the White House made only small, factual edits to the CIA’s intelligence assessment, referring to one edit in particular.

“We were provided with points by the intelligence community that represented their assessment,” Rhodes said aboard Air Force One en route to Asia. “The only edit made by the White House was the factual edit about how to refer to the facility.”

Rhodes said the White House and State Department changed a reference in the CIA report from “consulate” to “diplomatic facility.”

“Other than that, we were guided by the points that were provided by the intelligence community,” Rhodes said. “So I can’t speak to any other edits that may have been made.”

Further, Politico reported Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, was adamant that the White House only changed the reference to the Benghazi facility.

“There was only one thing that was changed … and that was, the word ‘consulate’ was changed to ‘mission,’” Feinstein said. “That’s the only change that anyone in the White House made, and I have checked this out.”

If the White House intentionally changed the reference to the Benghazi facility from a “consulate” to a “mission,” why did Rice repeatedly refer to the facility as a “consulate” when she engaged in a media blitz in the immediate aftermath of the Benghazi attack?

In a Sept. 16 interview on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” Rice twice labeled the facility a “consulate”:

In a subsequent interview on CBS’s “This Morning,” she again referred to the facility as a “consulate.”

CBS, Reuters implicated in misleading, hiding info

The news media, meanwhile, may have been complicit in covering up the Benghazi tale.

Two days before last month’s presidential election, CBS posted additional portions of a Sept. 12 “60 Minutes” interview where Obama made statements that contradicted his earlier claims on the attacks.

In the finally released portions of the interview, Obama would not say whether he thought the attack was terrorism. Yet he would later emphasize at a presidential debate that in the Rose Garden the same day, he had declared the attack an act of terror.

Reuters was also directly implicated by WND in possibly false reporting.

In the immediate aftermath of the attack, Reuters filed a report quoting a purported civilian protester by his first name who described a supposedly popular demonstration against an anti-Muhammad film outside the U.S. building – a popular protest that reportedly didn’t take place and thus could not have been related to the film.

Aid to al-Qaida, other jihadists?

WND has published a series of investigations showing the Benghazi mission was highly involved in the rebel-led Mideast revolutions to which Pickering is tied.

WND was first to report the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi served as a meeting place to coordinate aid for rebel-led insurgencies in the Middle East, according to Middle Eastern security officials.

In September, WND also broke the story that the slain ambassador, Christopher Stevens, played a central role in recruiting jihadists to fight Assad’s regime, according to Egyptian security officials.

Last month, Middle Eastern security sources further described both the U.S. mission and nearby CIA annex in Benghazi as the main intelligence and planning center for U.S. aid to the rebels that was being coordinated with Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Many rebel fighters are openly members of terrorist organizations, including al-Qaida.

Most news media outlets covering the results of Pickering’s investigation did not note the possible non-diplomatic nature and status of the Benghazi mission.

The group reportedly concluded that systematic management and leadership failures at the State Department led to “grossly” inadequate security at the mission in Benghazi.

“Systematic failures and leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels within two bureaus of the State Department resulted in a Special Mission security posture that was inadequate for Benghazi and grossly inadequate to deal with the attack that took place,” the panel said.

The report pointed a finger at State’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security and the Bureau of Near East Affairs, charging a lack of coordination and confusion over protecting the Benghazi mission.

WND’s reporting showed how the distinction of the special status of the mission may help explain why there was no major public security presence at what has been described as a “consulate.” Such a presence would draw attention to the shabby, nondescript building that was allegedly used for sensitive purposes such as coordinating aid to the opposition.

The security officials divulged the building was routinely used by Stevens and others to coordinate with the Turkish, Saudi and Qatari governments on supporting the insurgencies in the Middle East, most prominently the rebels opposing Assad’s regime in Syria.

Stevens played a central role in recruiting jihadists to fight Assad’s regime in Syria, according to Egyptian security officials.

Stevens served as a key contact with the Saudis to coordinate the recruitment by Saudi Arabia of Islamic fighters from North Africa and Libya. The jihadists were sent to Syria via Turkey to attack Assad’s forces, said the security officials.

The officials said Stevens also worked with the Saudis to send names of potential jihadi recruits to U.S. security organizations for review. Names found to be directly involved in previous attacks against the U.S., including in Iraq and Afghanistan, were ultimately not recruited by the Saudis to fight in Syria, said the officials.

Questions remain about the nature of U.S. support for the revolutions in Egypt and Libya, including reports the U.S.-aided rebels that toppled Gadhafi’s regime in Libya consisted of al-Qaida and jihad groups. The U.S. provided direct assistance, including weapons and finances, to the Libyan rebels.

Similarly, the Obama administration has aided the rebels fighting Assad’s regime in Syria amid widespread reports that al-Qaida jihadists are included in the ranks of the Free Syrian Army.

During the revolution against Gadhafi’s regime, the U.S. admitted to directly arming the rebel groups.

At the time, rebel leader Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi admitted in an interview that a significant number of the Libyan rebels were al-Qaida fighters, many of whom had fought U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

He insisted his fighters “are patriots and good Muslims, not terrorists,” but he added that the “members of al-Qaida are also good Muslims and are fighting against the invader.”

Adm. James Stavridis, NATO supreme commander for Europe, admitted Libya’s rebel force may include al-Qaida: “We have seen flickers in the intelligence of potential al-Qaida, Hezbollah.”

Former CIA officer Bruce Riedel went even further, telling the Hindustan Times: “There is no question that al-Qaida’s Libyan franchise, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, is a part of the opposition. It has always been Gadhafi’s biggest enemy, and its stronghold is Benghazi. What is unclear is how much of the opposition is al-Qaida/Libyan Islamic Fighting Group – 2 percent or 80 percent.”by Aaron Klein

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