Uncle Of Benghazi Victim Has This Message For Obama And Clinton

Capture12The uncle of one of the victims of the Benghazi, Libya, terrorist attack of 2012 has reached out to President Obama, Hillary Clinton and Leon Panetta. Sean Smith’s uncle, Michael Ingmire, said he wants the president and his two key advisers from that incident to be held accountable for their criminal conduct and actions.

Referring to his nephew as a wonderful “family man” and selfless human being, Ingmire said he wants answers about exactly what happened that night and hopes those involved are punished for their “criminal acts.”

Even after the Benghazi Select Committee delved into the issue, many concerned citizens say that there are way too many questions that remain. Ingmire said it would be instructive to learn what Hillary Clinton and President Obama spoke about that night, why security forces were told to stand down, and why an important U.S. diplomatic office was essentially left defenseless.

Wondering also why Clinton reduced security forces that very night and whether she knows anything about a proposed regime change that might have been in the works are but two of the important issues Ingmire wants information about.

Ingmire issued a formal statement about the situation, noting that he hopes the next U.S. president has the tenacity to defend official outposts, does not fund the enemies of the U.S., and brings justice and closure for the families of the dead.

The night of the Benghazi attack, Sept. 11, 2012, four U.S. personnel were killed by the terrorists. They were Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.

Ingmire also said he prays that Obama and his team have to face the consequences for what they did, and had previously stated that Obama, Clinton and Panetta were lying about what they knew about the incident.

The issue of the Benghazi attacks continues to be a sore point for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. The former First Lady and Secretary of State has, so far, successfully dodged those questions. Mainstream media outlets have refused to press Clinton on the issue, and with no Democrat party debates taking place, there has been virtually no vetting of Clinton by neutral journalists so far.

Opponents have said her explanations about the email security issue are “pathetic” and lament the pass Clinton is getting from the media on the topic, noting that others who have done less received long prison sentences. An indication of how some feel about Clinton’s actions has appeared in the Southwestern U.S., where hundreds of mock campaign signs are displayed, with presidential artwork and lettering. They read, “Hillary for Prison.”

Now embroiled in the email security scandal that could undo her candidacy, Clinton is scrambling to explain why she kept top secret government documents in her home, where they were susceptible to hacking by foreign agents, either known or unknown to her and her husband.

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