SpecOps: Obama Aware of Benghazi Suspects, ‘Won’t Pull the Trigger’

If only those ‘bumps in the road’ would just go away.

From Fox News.

Two weeks after the Obama administration announced charges against suspects in the Benghazi attack, a large portion of the U.S. team that hunted the suspects and trained Libyans to help capture or kill them is leaving Libya permanently.

Special operators in the region tell Fox News that while Benghazi targets have been identified for months, officials in Washington could “never pull the trigger.” In fact, one source insists that much of the information on Benghazi suspects had been passed along to the White House after being vetted by the Department of Defense and the State Department — and at least one recommendation for direct action on a Benghazi suspect was given to Obama as recently as Aug. 7.  

Meanwhile, months after video, photo and voice documentation on the Benghazi suspects was first presented to high-level military leaders, the State Department and ultimately the White House, prison breaks in the country have eroded security. U.S. special forces have now been relegated to a “villa,” a stopover for the operators before they’re shipped out of the country entirely.

“We put American special operations in harm’s way to develop a picture of these suspects and to seek justice and instead of acting, we stalled. We just let it slip and pass us by and now it’s going to be much more difficult,” one source said, citing 1,200 prisoners escaping two weeks ago. “It’s already blowing up. Daily assassinations, bi-weekly prison escapes, we waited way too long.”

……The special operators are starting to get frustrated at the lack of action, and Fox News has been told by multiple sources that one special forces leader “literally yelled” at former Libyan Chief of Mission William Roebuck “and told him, ‘so you’re willing to let these guys get away with murder?’ “The outburst was “met with crickets,” the sources said. Asked about what actions have been taken on the suspects, the U.S. Department of Justice declined to comment…….Meanwhile, some of the same suspects in the Benghazi attack are continuing to help the Muslim Brotherhood in eastern Libya and are directly aligned with the militant group Ansar al-Sharia, which has already begun operations to undermine the fledgling Libyan government.

The special operators tell Fox News that Libyan militia leader Ahmed Khattalah, among those charged by the DOJ, is a member of a prominent and influential group in the eastern part of Libya and directly tied to Ansar al-Sharia, the group believed to be behind the attack on Benghazi .

What do you expect from a SCOAMF? Real leadership? Besides, it was all whats-his-name’s fault for making that video, and Obama had to apologize to the offended muslims.

Related posts:

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2013/08/17/hillarys-meltdown-over-congressmans-suggestion-that-benghazi-was-a-terrorist-attack/

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2013/01/23/hillary-lies-spins-and-shifts-blame-on-benghazi-disaster-what-difference-does-it-make/

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2013/07/11/new-eyewitness-accounts-of-benghazi-attack/

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2013/05/08/benghazi-whistleblowers-testimony-08-may-2013-with-updates/

https://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/more-ghastly-details-on-the-terrorist-attack-in-benghazi-and-obamas-refusal-to-send-help/

Related article:

The inconvenient truth about Benghazi (Peggy Noonan, Wall Street journal)

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