COULD ACCESSORIES TO THE BENGHAZI ATTACK IMMIGRATE?
Concern About New Regulations
By Harold Hutchison
New regulations could enable accessories to the 11 September, 2012 attack on the United States consulate in Benghazi to legally come into the country as legal immigrants. A 5 February proposal could allow that.
The warning comes from retired Army Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin, who noted in an article at Breitbart News, “This is a reckless policy done by fiat, and it reflects a total disregard for the seriousness of the threat from Islamic extremists at a time when the administration has made no effort to bring to justice the perpetrators of the Benghazi attacks. The intelligence community has good info on at least some of these attackers.”
Boykin also added, “Remember that the FBI had a record of at least fourteen emails between Maj. Nadal Hassan and a known Islamic extremist Imam, Anwar Al-Awlaki, before the November 2009 Ft. Hood shooting yet did nothing.”
Boykin dismissed the notion of thorough background, check, noting the case of Edward Snowden, who stole thousands of documents from the National Security Agency.