Obama knew. State knew. The DoD knew. And they covered it up. They watched and listened while Americans were murdered, and they did nothing. They pretended it was nothing to insure Obama's re-election. Allahu akbar.
Where was Obama on the night of Benghazi? He knew it was al Qaeda and blamed a youtube user. He jailed the youtube user. Impeach. Where are the indictments on Benghazi? Three newly revealed intelligence reports reveal warnings about Al-Queda and Benghazi months before the Ambassador was killed. The State Department knew about the reports but turned down security requests for diplomats anyway.
State Department releases more photos from Benghazi aftermath, including 'Allah-u-Akbar' jihad graffiti By David Martosko, The Daily Mail, November 19, 2013
Newly released photos taken after the 2012 terror attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya show a car on fire, a burned-out building, ransacked rooms, a devastated kitchen and Arabic-language graffiti – including two different spray-paint scrawls reading 'God is great.' [sic]
The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch published the pictures online this week following the State Department's November 12 decision to release them under the terms of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit the group filed in February.
Judicial Watch released another set of similar photos, also the product of FOIA pressure, in June.
The Islamist slogan 'Allah-u-Akbar,' meaning 'God is great,' appears scrawled on the outsides of buildings depicted in both sets of photographs.The Daily Mail gets it wrong. Allahu Akbar is Islamic not "Islamist (how silly). And it means Allah is greater (as in greater than your G-d).
The Department of State released new photos of Benghazi's aftermath to the pressure group Judicial Watch this week, including this picture of a car engulfed in flames on a brick driveway
'Allah-u-Akbar': Jihadis from Ansar al-Sharia and other groups believed God was on their side when they torched the U.S. facilities and killed four people. The charred remains of the building make it look like a black-and-white photograph, but it's not
State released the photos months after Judicial Watch sued because the government had ignored its FOIA request
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said the pictures will cast an even harsher light on the Obama administration's initial claims that the Benghazi attack was the product of a spontaneous protest gone bad.
'The new photos reveal a level of total devastation thoroughly belying Obama’s original cover story that the carnage was perpetrated by a bunch of random malcontents upset over an unpleasant video,' Fitton said.
'The fact that we’ve had to wait nearly a year and file a federal lawsuit for basic documentary material of the attack shows that this administration is still in cover-up mode.'
The State Department, however, has continued to withhold a set of videos that members of the agency's Accountability Review Board saw when they investigated the terror attack.
Charred remains: Someone clearly ransacked this room after a fire destroyed the building's interior
Everything but the room's weight-bearing center beam crumbled when jihadi terrorists torched the U.S. diplomatic facility on Sept. 11, 2011
One splash of color: Nearly everything in the State Department facility was reduced to ash and rubble in the sustained attack that left four U.S. personnel dead
The Islamist Ansar al-Sharia Brigade, a militant group closely tied to al-Qaeda, is believed to have masterminded the September 11, 2012 mayhem that targeted both the main diplomatic outpost in the Eastern Libyan city and a nearby annex run by the CIA.
U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens perished along with two security personnel – both former Navy SEALs – and an consular information officer.
That date continues to be a marquee observance for jihadis worldwide, especially in Libya.
On September 11 of this year, a car bomb detonated in front of the building that houses the Swedish and Finnish consulates in Benghazi. No one was killed in that attack, but it damaged both consular facilities and several nearby houses.
'God is great': The same graffito was found sprayed next to the entryway of the Benghazi building (at right)
The kitchen: ceramic tiles survived, but not much else
Devastated: Flames took paint and stucco off walls and burned away wood panels as Americans fled in horror
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