Sunday, October 25, 2015

GENERAL ON BENGHAZI: 'THIS THING RUNS VERY DEEP' 'There's something being hidden from American people'

There has been no acceptable explanation for not rescuing Americans under siege in Benghazi, and nothing less than a special House committee investigation will satisfy the retired U.S. Army general who played a key role in organizing a letter signed by more than 700 special operations veterans in demanding the formation of the special committee.
Retired Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin served in the Army's special forces and in the Army Rangers. Boykin is now executive vice president at the Family Research Council, and he's a member of the WND board of directors.
He told WND the lack of action during the Benghazi crisis, and the lack of answers since, have been bothering him for months.
"I've been working this since not long after the events on the 11th of September. That said, the U.S. Congress has been sort of ignoring all of our efforts to try and get some full accounting on this thing," Boykin said. "I just simply reached out to some people that I knew had a deep passion for this, that would in fact bring a different dimension to it and that's the retired special operations guys that spent a good portion of their professional careers preparing for and executing these kinds of operations. They've risked their lives for this. They've seen people that have sacrificed their lives to save other Americans, and I knew these people would come on quickly and would come on with deep passion."


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