Video: British Security Officer Who Witnessed Benghazi Attack Says State Dept. Wouldn’t Let His Guards Carry Guns

Nice Deb

Lara Loganof CBS News interviewed  a security officer who witnessed the terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on 9/11 last year.

U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed in the attack on the mission and a nearby annex. In an interview for “60 Minutes,” correspondent Lara Logan spoke with a British citizen, who had been hired to train the Libyan guards at the U.S. mission. He calls himself Morgan Jones, a pseudonym to protect his safety.

Jones says he was annoyed that the State Department wouldn’t allow his guards to carry guns.

Let that sink in. The State Dept wouldn’t allow the guards who were supposed to protect the US Ambassador, to carry guns in a war torn, terror riddled  Benghazi – Even on  the anniversary of the worst terror attack in our nation’s history?

Morgan’s guards, unarmed and terrified, were…

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