Friday, September 20, 2013

Syria CIA vs. CIA ?CIA Infighting Allowed Ambassador Christopher Stephens' Rape-Murder:Benghazi,Libya September 11,2012 ?

Syria CIA vs. CIA  ?CIA Infighting Allowed Ambassador Christopher Stephens' Rape-Murder:Benghazi,Libya September 11,2012  ?

CIA Allowed It To Happen ?:Ambassador Christopher Stephens' Rape-Murder:Benghazi,Libya September 11,2002

Note 'MI6' Is British  Government 'Intelligence' :

The Mossad faction within the CIA and MI6 appears to be fighting the non-Mossad faction within the CIA and MI6.

Now fighting each other 

(the author at the Telegraph is close to MI6)

Now Syria's rebels are fighting each other
By Con Coughlin World Last updated: September 19th, 2013 

I would strongly recommend that William Hague – and any other member of the Government who still believes it is a good idea to arm the Syrian rebels – takes a close look at today's article in the Wall Street Journal. It reports that Islamist militants linked to al-Qaeda have now launched a campaign dubbed "expunging filth" which is aimed destroying the Syrian Free Army (SFA), its main rival in the rebel movement.
Mr Hague and Laurent Fabius, his French counterpart, argue that it is essential to continue arming the rebels to increase the pressure on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to end the civil war, destroy his chemical weapons arsenal and enter peace talks.
But as I have argued consistently since the outbreak of the Syrian conflict more than two years ago, there's no point getting rid of the detestable Assad regime only to have it replaced by an even more unpalatable government, one that openly supports al-Qaeda's nihilistic ideology.......

Fox News’s Benghazi bombshell: Why haven’t other media followed? By Erik Wemple

It happens now and again in the world of news. An organization comes up with a stunning news report, and other outlets decline to follow up on the news. They just stay quiet. A number of scenarios are possible:
1) The outlet just has much better sources than the rest of the media;
2) The story is bunk;
3) The story is true, but the news contradicts what the rest of the media has already reported.
Last Friday, Fox News came up with a conversation-driver. A piece under the byline of reporter Jennifer Griffin opened with these revelations:

Fox News has learned from sources who were on the ground in Benghazi that an urgent request from the CIA annex for military back-up during the attack on the U.S. consulate and subsequent attack several hours later on the annex itself was denied by the CIA chain of command -- who also told the CIA operators twice to "stand down" rather than help the ambassador's team when shots were heard at approximately 9:40 p.m. in Benghazi on Sept. 11. 
Former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods was part of a small team who was at the CIA annex about a mile from the U.S. consulate where Ambassador Chris Stevens and his team came under attack. When he and others heard the shots fired, they informed their higher-ups at the annex to tell them what they were hearing and requested permission to go to the consulate and help out. They were told to "stand down," according to sources familiar with the exchange. Soon after, they were again told to "stand down." 
Woods and at least two others ignored those orders and made their way to the consulate which at that point was on fire. Shots were exchanged. The rescue team from the CIA annex evacuated those who remained at the consulate and Sean Smith, who had been killed in the initial attack. They could not find the ambassador and returned to the CIA annex at about midnight. 

At that point, they called again for military support and help because they were taking fire at the CIA safe house, or annex. The request was denied. There were no communications problems at the annex, according those present at the compound. The team was in constant radio contact with their headquarters. In fact, at least one member of the team was on the roof of the annex manning a heavy machine gun when mortars were fired at the CIA compound. The security officer had a laser on the target that was firing and repeatedly requested back-up support from a Spectre gunship, which is commonly used by U.S. Special Operations forces to provide support to Special Operations teams on the ground involved in intense firefights. 
CIA spokeswoman Jennifer Youngblood, though, denied the claims that requests for support were turned down. 
"We can say with confidence that the Agency reacted quickly to aid our colleagues during that terrible evening in Benghazi," she said. "Moreover, no one at any level in the CIA told anybody not to help those in need; claims to the contrary are simply inaccurate.  In fact, it is important to remember how many lives were saved by courageous Americans who put their own safety at risk that night-and that some of those selfless Americans gave their lives in the effort to rescue their comrades." 
The fighting at the CIA annex went on for more than four hours -- enough time for any planes based in Sigonella Air base, just 480 miles away, to arrive. Fox News has also learned that two separate Tier One Special operations forces were told to wait, among them Delta Force operators. 

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