Thursday, September 20, 2012

Ex Gitmo Prisoner Linked to Libya Terror Attack

You just about knew this one was coming:

An ex-Guantanamo detainee once considered a “threat” to America is believed to have been involved in the attack against the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya — possibly orchestrating the deadly rampage, intelligence sources told Fox News.
The potential link with the militant, identified as Sufyan bin Qumu, could lead the White House to revise its claim that administration officials saw “no evidence” that last week’s attack on Sept. 11 was preplanned, and was instead a spontaneous reaction to an anti-Islamist film produced in the United States.
Does this really surprise anyone? We have an US president and his administration charged with keeping the American people safe who refuse to call terrorists what they are -- terrorists, calling terror attacks "man-caused disasters" and failing to adequately protect our embassies. Finally, we're letting terrorists out of prison who then commit more acts of terror against out embassies that our president won't admit are terror attacks. Have we gone completely insane? 

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