lunes, 5 de agosto de 2013

While Christopher Stevens was killed.... CIA: Libya missiles to Terrorists in Syria

While Christopher Stevens was killed.. CIA moved missiles from Libya to Syria.

A new report by CNN says that many agents and spies of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have been working in an annex near the US consulate in Libya in order to push forward the U.S. arms supply-project for the military support of terrorist groups in Syria while the US ambassador Christopher Stevens as well as three other American citizens were killed just next door to the CIA employees, which were busy to start the shipping of Libya missiles to terrorists and jihadists on Syrian soil.

U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans have been killed in Libya, September 2012. The investigation into the death of the U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and the killing of the three other American citizens is still underway and it seems a bit as the U.S. ambassador to Libya could have played the role of the fall guy in this specific event, which is hopefully not forgotten by many Americans because of its probably explosive nature and the certainly questionable death of an US ambassador in Libya.

The CNN report says that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was transferring surface-to-air missiles from Libya to the terrorists on Syrian soil through Turkey, while it is already pretty sure that the CIA guysare in bed with Al-Qaeda, and thus, some of these Libya missiles from the CIA could also have reached the hands of the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot – the Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Nusra Front), which is already more powerful within Syria than the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA).

The criminals and fighters of the foreign-supported “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) are currently in a very hopeless situation in many regions in Syria. They lose the most battles against the Syrian Arab army (SAA) and the armed infighting with the Syrian Al-Qaeda branch (Jabhat al-Nusra) isn`t helpful. Not to mention that the Al-Qaeda branch in Syria currently has the better cards in these armed power struggles.

The report by CNN becomes hot stuff due to the information that the CIA spies were transferring these surface-to-air missiles from Libya (over Turkey) to the terrorists in Syria when the deadly attack on the American consulate in Benghazi took place and this led to the dead of the U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and the mentioned three other Americans in Benghazi.

The CNN has now reported on Thursday that, as mentioned, dozens of agents of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) were working in an annex nearby the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and tried to quickly prepare the shipment of missiles from Libyan armoires to the terrorists and Islamists on Syrian soil in order to give them the needed military aid for the armed overthrow of the secular Syrian government and the President Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

So one can probably assume that the U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other three American citizens were killed in the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi while a lot of CIA employees, and some of these CIA agents were eventually well trained in armed fighting, were just “next door”. September last year becomes more and more interesting due to the sad event of the killing of the (probably) “sacrificial lamb” in Libya.

Of course, it is still the situation that the details and the real background of the activities of the U.S. government and personnel in in Libya’s Benghazi are the continued issue of controversy with several Congressional leaders. These Congressional leaders in the United States still demand a wide-ranging probe into the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi and the killing of the American ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, in September 2012. They also demand a deeper and more detailed investigation of the secret CIA operations in the African city and these demands seem very understandable.

Banner in Tripoli: Libya mourning the death of a Libyan terrorist in Syria

CNN also reported that several operatives of the CIA, which “were involved in the agency’s missions in Libya, have been subjected to frequent, even monthly polygraph examinations, according to a source with deep inside knowledge of the agency’s workings.”

In addition, several sources have already said that more U.S. citizens were wounded in the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya, than what had previously been reported and this is finally no real surprise anymore.

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