- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jul. 19, 2013) — On Carl Gallups’ “Freedom Friday” radio show, Dr. Grace Vuoto discussed the announcement made on Friday that Col. George Bristol, who the Pentagon had said was “retired” and could not be located, will be testifying before Congress about his recollections of the terrorist attack on the U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012.
Bristol was commander of Joint Special Operations Task Force-Trans Sahara under Adm. Brian Losey when the Benghazi attack took place. Bristol is believed to have been in the chain of command of Lt. Col. Steve Gibson, who refuted the May 8 testimony of State Department charge d’affaires Gregory Hicks, who said that two “stand-down” orders were given to military teams anxious to travel to Benghazi to lend assistance that night.
Hicks had testified that Gibson was “furious” upon receiving the order not to go, but Gibson testified in a closed-door session that no such order was received.
Bristol had vowed to fight Islamic extremism in the region and identified it as “an evil.”
Gallups and Vuoto agreed that in regard to the U.S. government, “nothing they’re saying is true” about the Benghazi attack, which killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya.
Vuoto said that the attack was “a very professional attack” as opposed to the “spontaneous protest” which the White House and State Department originally said was the cause.
On July 8, Dr. Vuoto wrote a detailed article at The World Tribune on the investigation of the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website which has been declared a forgery. Vuoto is the founder of The Edmund Burke Institute for American Renewal.
Gallups’ next guest at 6:38 p.m. EDT is Mike Zullo, lead investigator of the Cold Case Posse, the results of which Zullo has presented to members of Congress and other “VIPs.” Gallups said that new information on the investigation will be forthcoming.
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