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Fox Reporter Avoids Egyptian Connection to Benghazi Attacks

When it comes to implicating Egyptian terrorist individuals and groups or the former Mohammed Mursi regime in the Benghazi attacks, there is a palpable reticence in the conservative media to do so. The latest example comes from Fox News reporter Adam Housley, who otherwise delivered some very important information. Sources on the ground in Benghazi […]

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New York Times Writer Applying CPR to Benghazi Video

By Lynn Woolley David D. Kirkpatrick may be the Seth Borenstein of the Benghazi Islamic video. He won’t give it up. The New York Times’ Cairo Bureau Chief is out with yet another article claiming that the video – the key point in Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton’s deflection of the attack as a political […]

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Setting Up Captured Benghazi Suspect as Obama’s Star Witness

By Ben Barrack Get ready. The same thoroughly discredited New York Times writer who gave us the Benghazi propaganda novel disguised as journalism last December – David Kirkpatrick – may be helping to lay the groundwork for helping the Obama administration to resurrect the video narrative. He’s using the apprehended “lead suspect” to do it. […]

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Obama’s Arrest of The Benghazi Suspect Is A Proven Scandal

By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack **SHOEBAT EXCLUSIVE** Last summer when CNN reporter Arwa Damon interviewed Ahmed Abu Khattala, the suspect behind Benghazi attacks (whom Obama just arrested) was freely roaming the streets in Libya without any concern for being picked up. Now the timing of the news of his arrest should be cause for […]

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Benghazi’s ‘lead suspect’ says ‘people panicked’

CNN recently made big news with an announcement that reporter Arwa Damon had tracked down a ‘lead suspect’ in the Benghazi attacks last year. This suspect’s name was Ahmed Abu Khattala, who admitted to being on the scene but said he had nothing to do with the attack; he just directed traffic there (because that’s […]

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CNN (Coverup News Network) and Benghazi

By Walid Shoebat, Ben Barrack, and Keith Davies On July 24th, both Barack Obama and his press secretary Jay Carney made reference to “phony scandals”, which clearly meant that neither man misspoke; it was calculated. Each man knew it would be perceived as incendiary and insensitive; they had to have known it would generate a […]

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