Yanche wrote:There's clearly more going on with the Libyan embassy security responsibilities than the public is being told. I live 30-35 miles from Washington, DC and some of the local press is talking about various congressional committees saying the security responsibility was assigned to the "OGA", Other Government Agency. This is a common Washington euphemism for the CIA. If that's the case clearly the CIA wasn't on the job. That could explain why the state dept. officials said, don't sent anymore requests for more security. They just couldn't tell the people making the request who's job it was. It's also obvious the CIA was/is quite involved in Libya and many of their ground personnel are contractors. All and all a very murky shadowy situation. Unfortunately, several lost their lives. And this election season is using it to make political hay. Some in Congress have apparently let some of the secrets slip to exploit it. What a divisive time we live in.
no doubt in my mind its deep and murky.
if you want one of your 'assets' to "go away", simply deny security......oops so sorry, bye bye.