Prisoners in Beghazi annex?

| November 12, 2012

Jennifer Griffin at Fox News has apparently verified that the CIA had held and interrogated at least three Libyan militia members at their annex in the Benghazi annex on the grounds of the consulate. And it may be that Paula Broadwell somehow got that information during her illicit relationship with David Petraeus when she publicly released that information in a speech at her Denver University alma mater.

Of course;

CIA adamant that Broadwell claims about agency holding prisoners at Benghazi are not true.

Like it says at the link, President Obama had told us that he ended all of the CIA’s secret prisons. I wish we could all vote for him again.

Category: Barack Obama/Joe Biden, Terror War

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  1. Ex-PH2 says:

    Oh, does that go along with the White House denying that there was ever a request for help by the embassy?

    and this one:

    Just doing my job, making sure that the short-term memory loss is only temporary.

    Real dogpile here. Can’t wait for someone to throw the switch to the fan.

  2. B Woodman says:

    Obamao definitely has his political PHD — Piled Higher & Deeper

  3. ex af says:

    If they used the consulate to hold secret prisons (and we all know how well the cowboys in the CIA are at following orders in the field), they blew the diplomatic immunity and security out the window. This story is going off on another track. CIA probably has as much dirty secrets as they did before the Church committee. And for you young kids, that was when the family jewels were exposed leading to new regulations on the CIA.

  4. Arby says:

    Ex AF – do you really think those regulations are still being followed anymore? I remember one of the big changes concerned assassinations, something the current administration is using drones to do with wild abandon…

  5. OWB says:

    This has dragged on so long now that I have no idea where I read it, but some weeks ago there was a story out about the secure rooms to which the Ambassador and someone else (or several?) retreated within the complex. They were described as barred and sounded like cells. The comment was made that once inside a locked, barred “room,” the party could not escape because they had no keys. No mention of prison or cells or any of that, but the description was of exactly that.

    ABC, at least online, seems to be reporting the most frequent and up to date information about all this? Hmmm.

  6. Just Plain Jason says:

    Wait a minute do you mean to tell me that Obama is doing all of the things that he was accusing Bush of doing? Color me shocked! I am just sitting here in complete disbelief. You know because Code Pink, Michael Moore, VFP, the WV(and nonveterans)AAWWSBBGT1%FSO would be protesting him right now!

  7. Andy says:

    “I wish we could all vote for him again.” You just might get the chance. You think the 22nd Amendment is going the survive PBO round 2? I’m not so sure.