posted on Nov, 14 2012 @ 07:28 PM
I'm not saying that it is in fact embarrassing, only that I can see where it might be considered as such in the face of national and international
judgment. It is a dangerous game to play and there are many players. Me, I don't hate the player, but I can't say I support the game
As far as Jill Kelley, acting as a liaison between top military brass and middle eastern interests comes with its fair share of document handling I'm
sure. The FBI sees fit to investigate Broadwell while the media and the public see fit to investigate Kelley.
I'm not going to start posting links to news articles as they're really not going to be any more informative than my own opinions in my opinion. I
figure anyone reading this post has probably already read their fair share of main stream news articles on the subject. As I understand it Broadwell
was the recipient of classified information regarding a CIA detention camp that may have been the reason for the Benghazi attacks. The white house
covered up the reason for the attacks, could it be that there was a cover up because the reason for the attacks was a classified detention camp?
The FBI has pulled boxes of 'evidence' in some cases claimed to be classified information from Broadwell's residence, yet there have been no claims
that Kelley had ever been on the receiving end of classified information. However; the media has implied that Kelley could
reasonably have had
access to classified information. So we have Broadwell who, for all intents and purposes, did receive classified information including information
regarding to a possible motive for the Benghazi attacks while there is no evidence to suggest that Kelley had anything to do with it other than the
fact that she acted as a liaison.
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