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Chris Stevens' links to Islamic Extremists - why the Benghazi problem won't go away

US Foreign Policy in one picture & the Benghazi cover up

Chris Stevens links to Islamic Extremist fighters

The official position is that the U.S. has refused to allow heavy weapons into Syria.
But there's growing evidence that U.S. agents—particularly murdered ambassador Chris Stevens—were at least aware of heavy weapons moving from Libya to jihadist Syrian rebels.
In March 2011 Stevens became the official U.S. liaison to the al-Qaeda-linked Libyan opposition, working directly with Abdelhakim Belhadj of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group—a group that has now disbanded, with some fighters reportedly participating in the attack that took Stevens' life.
In November 2011 The Telegraph reported that Belhadj, acting as head of the Tripoli Military Council, "met with Free Syrian Army [FSA] leaders in Istanbul and on the border with Turkey" in an effort by the new Libyan government to provide money and weapons to the growing insurgency in Syria.
Last month The Times of London reported that a Libyan ship "carrying the largest consignment of weapons for Syria … has docked in Turkey." The shipment reportedly weighed 400 tons and included SA-7 surface-to-air anti-craft missiles and rocket-propelled grenades.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/us-syria-heavy-weapons-jihadi...

Very unusually the above is a decent article by an AP "journalist".
Is the AP going to come down harder on Obama as a result of the illegal wiretapping of 100 AP reporters? The CIA calls it blowback.

Unanswered questions from the Benghazi hearings and the Obama/Clinton cover up

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somewhere it was reported that stevens

was in meetings with turks that night or day for unknown /reported to be reasons .. then he got attacked ..

Yep - that is on my blog

Chris Stevens met with a Turkish envoy, in Benghazi, in the few days before his death.

It is not known what was discussed at that meeting.
It is one of the unanswered questions about Benghazi.

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