The Path to Benghazi, Libya
July 25, 2012 — Taliban fighters in Kunar province Afghanistan successfully targeted a U.S. Army CH-47 helicopter with a new generation Stinger missile. It wasn’t properly armed but still managed to down the copter. In the debris, a serial number was found which could be traced back to a munitions lot signed out by CIA and turned over to the Qataris in early 2011, weapons intended by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for anti-Qaddafi forces in Libya. Their contact, Senator John McCain’s Marc Turi. Turi threatened to release the information about this arrangement and was subsequently framed by the CIA with fraudulent weapons charges.
Turi was neighbors with McCain in Phoenix, Arizona. McCain, as the Senate Arms Committee chairman, helped Turi secure billions in arms contracts with the Department of Defense. McCain and Clinton devised a plan to arm “insurgents” to aide in overthrowing Qaddafi.
Those insurgents turned out to be Al-Qaeda, and the containers in Qatar which were diverted from Turi’s shipment delivered 50-60 of those same Stingers to the Taliban in early 2012 and an additional 200 SH-24 Igla-S SAMs.
Instead of through proper Marine protection, Clinton sent Ambassador Chris Stevens into Libya with her Clinton Foundation-connected USAID group, placing him in the position of cleaning up the mess. Her Stingers in the hands of the same men who later attacked the consulate and eventually killed Stevens, Sean Smith, and CIA contractors Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.
General Michael Flynn was the then-DIA Director who warned State Secretary Clinton, the State Department, and Leon Panetta that an attack was eminent in Libya.
Clinton had been profiting in sending arms from Libya to Syria a year before the Benghazi attack. In short, She, her husband Bill, and McCain were profiteers in illegal arms sales to the enemies of the U.S. Michael J. Rogers was the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, a McCain loyalist, and part of a cover-up which led straight up into the Oval Office.
Then-President Barack Obama dropped the Turi case in order to end the investigation.