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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

American Who Fought With Libyan Rebels: I Was Right About Benghazi

Others, like Matthew VanDyke, say the report highlights the nuance of the attack, which was lost in the wake as political and military pundits sought to score points.

VanDyke — an American who fought with Libyan rebels to oust Gaddafi — says the report vindicates his initial assessment of Benghazi, and says people mentioning Al Qaeda have a fundamentally flawed view of Al Qaeda as a top-down organization with regimented ranks.
So why was there an American in a foreign country helping to overthrow the government of that country? How does that help other Americans in countries when they are suspected of agitating against the governments of those countries?