User Profile: DontFear2012

Member Since: December 27, 2012


  • [1] May 9, 2014 at 12:20pm

    3. The Egyptian leadership of the attacking force were from the Rahman Brigade (formed by Morsi).
    4. The kidnapping/capture of Stevens would result in a reward (the return of Rahman) to Egypt for Stevens safe return (negotiated by Morsi).

  • [1] May 9, 2014 at 12:17pm

    tstages. This attempted rescue was not authorized by the CIA (see ARB report).
    6. The attackers assumed Stevens was being rescued and tried to stop his escape (eyewitness testimony and statements from the State Dept. personnel and ARB report).
    7. The subsequent attack on the CIA annex was not planned and did not succeed. The facility was reasonably secure until the evacuation the following morning. The attack ended when Stevens body was identified and this information was communicated to the attackers. There was no military reason for Ansar al Sharia to end the attack because there was no rescue team sent to confront the attackers.
    8. The only way that the US crisis leadership could have decided that it was reasonable to not send help is if they knew for a fact that the attack would be of a short duration at the consulate, and that the personnel at the annex would not be involved. Whoever staged this event did not plan for the unauthorized rescue attempt (led by Tyrone Woods) resulting in the subsequent, multiple hours long attack on the CIA annex.

    How to determine who was responsible and assess the motive?
    1. Morsi promised the Egyptian people he would obtain the release of the blind shiek (Rahman) as his first priority after taking office.
    2. The US State Department was strongly considering Morsi’s request to release Rahman to Egyptian custody until intervention from Congress just months before the attack.

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  • [1] May 9, 2014 at 12:13pm

    The Important Benghazi Facts:
    1. The lead attackers were Egyptian, not from Libya (according to the witnesses on the scene and the ARB report). They were supported by members of Ansar al Sharia (an organization that deeply collaborated with the US Government leading to the overthrow of the Gadhafi government).
    2. The CIA annex personnel and Langley were aware of the Ansar al Sharia consulate road blocks over an hour before the consulate attack started (based on eyewitness accounts and communications logs). The CIA did not react even after repeated requests from their local security personnel to assist the consulate.
    3. The Turkish Military Attaché left the Stevens meeting at the consulate while the roadblocks were being put into place. If he did communicate these roadblocks up the chain, the warning was never received by Stevens.
    4. Not one person was wounded or killed by gunfire or RPG at the consulate facility on either side of the conflict (very hard to pull off in an attack like this unless well planned) prior to the unauthorized arrival of the rescue team led by CIA contractor and former US Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods. This almost certainly means it was a kidnapping attempt (listen to the dialog from the cellphone videos of the attack and subsequent finding of Stevens posted online by Ansar al Sharia members).
    5. The attackers were trying to locate Stevens until the attempted rescue by the team (led by Tyrone Woods) that came from the CIA annex. They took no other hos

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  • December 27, 2012 at 12:10pm

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