Interview 876 – James Corbett Blows the Lid Off of Benghazigate

by | May 5, 2014 | Interviews | 2 comments

Benghazi is in the news again, but if you’re relying on the mainstream headlines you’d believe it’s a left/right political scandal about the “Commander-in-Chief” and his inability to “protect the US from Al Qaeda.” Appearing on the Ed and Ethan podcast, James Corbett breaks down the latest in the unfolding political drama surrounding the Benghazi scandal, and then details the gun-running for terrorists campaign that is being covered up by both sides of the phoney political spectrum. Don’t miss this quick-moving breakdown of the truth behind Benghazigate.


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  1. Key Suspect in Benghazi Attack Killed in US Airstrike in Iraq.
    Jun 22, 2015, 7:03 PM ET

    Benghazi key-witness taken out. Here is the relevant stuff from the report imo:

    A key suspect in the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was killed in a U.S. drone strike last week in Mosul that targeted him because he was an ISIS battlefield commander, U.S. military officials said today.

    Right, I’m sure this has nothing to do with tieing up loose ends on the Benghazi affair. Skipping farther down:

    The Tunisian al-Harzi was designated from early on as a person of interest in the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. Consulate that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.

    Analysis of video taken the night of the deadly attack placed him at the consulate and made him a person of interest, U.S. authorities said.

    He was arrested in Turkey the following month when he and another man tried to enter that country with false passports. When he was deported to Tunisia, the United States pressed to interview him about his possible role in the consulate attack.

    In December 2012, FBI officials were able to interview al-Hazri but he was released by Tunisian authorities a month later.

    So this guy gets popped in Turkey, the known staging ground for weapons to Syrian “moderate” rebels, also the site of one the US led “Operations Rooms” guiding the Syrian war. He’s detained just long enough for the FBI to chat with him, then he mysteriously gets released by Tunisia…reminds me of OBL’s son-in-law.

    I found this little section interesting, in relation to Benghazi:

    In April, the State Department designated al-Harzi as a “specially designated Global Terrorist.” A statement described him as a “Syrian-based Tunisian national” who “joined Ansar al-Sharia in Tunisia (AAS-T) in 2011 and was a high-profile member known for recruiting volunteers, facilitating the travel of AAS-T fighters to Syria, and for smuggling weapons and explosives into Tunisia.”

    Hmmmmm…so this guy had serious connections to weapons and explosives, and was known for smuggling people (and perhaps other things) into Syria. Ahh well nothing to see here, just another one of them terrorists down.

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