القاعدة is written all over it: al-Qaeda, not to mention local terrorist groups. We’ve known that quite from the start, maybe even beforehand.
Turkey grabbed one of the perps, Ali Ani al-Harzi, a known terrorist. Turkey packed him off to Tunisia, which refuses to let him be interrogated by these United States, and with good reason. Tunisia thinks he is a terrorist. We don’t. That’s right, Obama says that the well coordinated, military style violent takeover and destruction of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, the torture and murder of the U.S. Ambassador, his aid, and two Navy Seals was not an act of terrorism on the anniversary of September 11 by known terrorists tied to al-Qaeda and other local terrorist groups, but that the gentlemen such as the fellow pictured above are to be tried (but not by us) merely for a civil act of not being nice, not for terrorism. If it’s not terrorism, it’s not an act of war, and the U.S.A. has no right to the prisoner.
Obama has protected terrorists again and again. Remember Fort Hood, where the perp was tied to the most wanted terrorist of the day, and that was not called terrorism, but an act of not being nice in the workplace?
What’s going on, you ask? I think this is Obama’s diplomacy. He’s giving al-Qaeda a trophy with impunity so as to calm the islamicists down after the loss of
Obama Osama bin Laden. Permission to do a tit for tat. Or am I jumping to conclusions? The trouble is, everything points in that direction. It’s the theory that answers the most questions. I’m just wondering out loud. Correct me if you think I’m wrong, but with that which answers more questions than what I’ve come up with.