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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Bombshell on Benghazi: Ambassador Stevens Was Trying to Recover Missiles He Had Sent to Terrorists in Syria

Libyan Tribal Spy Spills the Beans


Bombshell on Benghazi: Ambassador Stevens Was Trying to Recover Missiles He Had Sent to Terrorists in Syria

"Stevens was demanding that Turkey use its influence to help recover those rockets. And the representative from Turkey said, 'No, we are not going to do that.'"




A show of force in Benghazi. Libya's Thunderbolt Brigade is out on the streets in a bid to put an end to instability that has left the city plagued with assassinations and small-scale bomb attacks. Crowds welcome the Brigade.


American envoy Chris Stevens paid with his life inBenghazi after he tried to retrieve U.S. weapons given to the al-Qaeda terrorist network, a new report says.
James and JoAnne Moriarty, two Americans serving on a non-governmental organization fact-finding mission, told the Voice of Russia that Stevens initially transferred weapons, including surface-to-air missiles, to radical Islamists in Libya to help overthrow dictator Moammar Gaddafi.
Al-Qaida, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group and Ansar al-Sharia -- which actually act as one -- reportedly assisted NATO and the United States in toppling the Tripoli regime.
Once Gaddafi was out of the way, the alliance turned its attention to Syria. Stevens, James Moriarty asserted, was instrumental in sending weapons to the terrorists in Syria with the help of Abdelhakim Belhadj, leader of the Islamist al-Watan Party and former head of Tripoli Military Council.
But then Stevens tried to retake possession of the weapons, including 20,000 MANPAD surface-to-air missiles, from the terrorist network. That didn't go over well.
Citing an inside source, James Moriarty recounted that "one of the tribal spies in Libya was serving dinner to Chris Stevens and the personal representative of the prime minister of Turkey" the night Stevens was assassinated at the Benghazi compound.
"Stevens was demanding that Turkey use its influence to help recover those rockets. And the representative from Turkey said, 'No, we are not going to do that.'"
Moriarty said the account came from "one of the Libyan tribal members who was the spy inside the organization in Libya—the CIA compound."
"The conversation was that Chris Stevens was demanding that those rockets, which he had originally turned over to these radical Islamists, be given back because they are now a danger for the United States, since al-Qaida had made the open declaration that they own Libya, they are not taking orders from anybody."
Moriarty concluded:
"And so this representative from Turkey when he finished dinner, he walked out the front door of that compound, was taken by car to the military airport, put on the Turkish military aircraft, flown to Turkey.
"The minute this plane set down in Turkey one of the attacks started on that compound."
Will Wertz of the Executive Intelligence Review contributed to this report.


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