Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Retired Army Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin, a former commander of the U.S. Special Forces Command, and former deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence and who, in the 1990s, worked with the CIA, is a man to be reckoned with.
Today General Boyken is an ordained minister preaching the Gospel of God. He is also the author of ” Never Surrender: A Soldier’s Journey to The Crossroads of Faith and Freedom.”
He has seen the face of evil up close and personal as the video below depicts. Why would he stake his stellar reputation on said allegations if he didn’t know them to have factual basis?
His position mirrors the classified documents that have been trickling out since the tragedy at Benghazi happened.
One thing is certain, while a lot of people, including Obama and Hillary are playing CYA, the CIA are highly trained in the art of lying.
(CNSNews.com) – Retired Army Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin—who is the former commander of the U.S. Special Forces Command, the former deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence and who, in the 1990s, worked with the CIA—told CNSNews.com in a video interview last week that he believes it is a reasonable supposition that the U.S. was supporting or planning to support the Syrian rebels via Benghazi, Libya.
Retired Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin
The CIA, however, says Boykin’s supposition is erroneous and that the U.S. was not conducting or planning covert action to support Syrian rebels through Benghazi.
“These assertions are both baseless and flat wrong,” a CIA spokesperson told CNSNews.com on Tuesday. (See complete article below)
Boykin believes that such an action, or planned action, would help explain why Amb. Chris Stevens was in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, visiting that city for the first time since he had departed from it in November 2011 after having served there as a special envoy to the Libyan rebels who overthrew the Qaddafi regime.
“Then what was Stevens doing there on September 11 of 2012?” Boykin said in an interview with CNSNews.com. “More supposition was that he was now funneling guns to the rebel forces in Syria, using essentially the Turks to facilitate that.”
Before terrorists attacked the State Department’s Special Mission Compound in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, Amb. Stevens had met there with a Turkish diplomat.
About two hours after Amb. Stevens escorted the diplomat out of the main gate of the compound, dozens of terrorists swarmed through the same gate, beginning the series of attacks that would result in the deaths of Amb. Stevens, State Department Information Management Officer Sean Smith, and former Navy Seals Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, who were working for the CIA.
According to the State Department Accountability Review Board report, a Greek cargo ship first delivered then-Special Envoy Chris Stevens to Benghazi on April 5, 2011. Benghazi was then the center of the Libyan rebellion, and Stevens was accompanied at that time by ten State Department Diplomatic Security agents.