Wednesday, November 7, 2012

BENGHAZI: Articles of impeachment need to be served in the Oval Office.

Who leaked the State Department secret to the Muslims in Benghazi and Cairo? 
On Tuesday, Sept. 11 radical Muslim terrorists hit the US Embassies in Cairo, Egypt and Yemen after radicals attacked the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya where US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Consulate IT Specialist Sean Smith and two former Navy Seals, Glenn Doherty and Tyrone Woods (who were employed by Blackwater Security, the private security firm that guarded the Consulate in Benghazi) were murdered. The attacks on American interests in the Mideast continued with the attack on US compound in Tunis, Tunisia followed by attacks on US Embassies and consulates throughout the Muslim world, including a German embassy in the Sudan. Embassies, by international accord, are construed to be the native soil of the nation whose flag flies over it. As such, the embassy and consulate guards—usually armed military or government police officers from that country guard the embassy officials and guests and, if necessary, protect the embassy or consulate personnel from an "invasion" by native radicals or extremists in the host nation. International law views the invasion of the sovereign soil of another nation to be an act of war.


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