Featured image: J. Christopher Stevens, United States ambassador to Libya from June 7, 2012 until killed in an attack on the US consulate in Benghazi on September 12, 2012. According to his former deputy Greagory Hicks; Special Forces told “you Can’t Go” during attack. PHOTO SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public domain).
AMB. STEVENS’ FORMER DEPUTY: SPECIAL FORCES WERE TOLD ‘YOU CAN’T GO’ TO BENGHAZI DURING ATTACK
Ambassador Christopher Stevens’ former deputy Gregory Hicks is contradicting the Obama administration’s narrative as to why no help arrived in Benghazi in time to prevent the deaths of Ambassador Stevens and three other Americans, according to a CBS News report.
The administration has repeatedly said no assistance could have made it to Benghazi in time to prevent the deaths, and that all available resources were utilized throughout the roughly eight-hour attack.
But Hicks has reportedly told congressional investigators that a Special Forces team was ready to fly in from Tripoli, but that U.S. Special Operations Command South Africa forbade them from going.
CBS News’ Sharyl Attkisson has the story: . . . Read Complete Report