Over the past 19 months, I have tried to pay close attention to what happened in Benghazi, Libya, in September 2012, and to the stories put out in Washington trying to explain the murder of four Americans, including our ambassador.
I must say, other than the spin put out by the Obama administration, I have never seen anything quite like The Tribune’s article of May 3, assuring your readers that “their key charges have been refuted — some by their own members.”
Since your assertion is accompanied by no evidence, are we simply to accept its validity on faith? I look forward to seeing any evidence you have to back up this assertion. I think these four dead Americans deserve no less.