When Muhammad bin Halim stepped out of his front door in Benghazi one September morning, he waved at his neighbor before walking toward his candy-apple-red Hyundai. When the head of the financial-crimes unit in the Libyan Interior Ministry opened the door, a bomb exploded, sending him to the ground and showering him with debris. Luckily, he was uninjured; the same is not true for many of his colleagues.
A wave of assassinations targeting security officials has become the latest setback for a country still reeling from a Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that left four Americans dead. Eight months of a revolutionary war in 2011 decimated Libya’s already deeply flawed civic institutions. With no security organizations to ensure order and an ineffective justice system unable to prosecute suspects, Libyans fear their country is slowly crumbling around them.
This is nice of the Western Media to start (kinda – in a way) acknowledging that we @$%# UP in Libya and it was an intentional @$%# UP…
But we still lay the blame on everyone but
U.S. – I mean us… 🙂
Windows to Russia…
- Libya’s New Crisis: A Wave of Assassinations Targeting Its Top Cops (world.time.com)
- Wave of Assassinations Target Libya’s Top Cops (world.time.com)
- Little sign of Libyan probe into consulate attack (sacbee.com)
- BENGHAZI: “After more than two months, Libya’s investigation into the attack on the U.S. Consulate … (pjmedia.com)
- Little sign of Libyan probe into consulate attack (rep-am.com)
- Why Did The U.S. Rely On A Local Militia To Defend The U.S. Consulate In Benghazi (warnewsupdates.blogspot.com)
- Libyan officials acknowledge they’ve arrested no suspects in Benghazi consulate attack (sacbee.com)
- The Quagmire America has made of Syria by Kyle Keeton… (windowstorussia.com)
- Made in USA in Russia… (windowstorussia.com)