Ambassador Chris Stevens cable on last day of his life cites ‘growing problems with security and frustration’ in Benghazi
Friday was a document dump of several eye opening cables, some from Ambassador Chris Stevens that mentioned growing security issues in Benghazi that were completely ignored by Obama and Hillary Clinton. One such cable was signed by Stevens on the day he died, which was labeled “sensitive,” and noted “growing problems with security” in Benghazi and “growing frustration.” on the part of local residents with Libyan police and security forces.
These forces the ambassador characterized as “too weak to keep the country secure.”
In the document, Stevens also cited a meeting he had held two days earlier with local militia commanders. These men boasted to Stevens of exercising “control” over the Libyan Armed Forces, and threatened that if the U.S.-backed candidate for prime minister were to prevail in Libya’s internal political jockeying, “they would not continue to guarantee security in Benghazi.”
More blood on the hands of Obama and Hillary Clinton.