US House Benghazi Committee Approves Final Report on 2012 Attack

In the midst of the multitude of lies about what actually happened in Benghazi, the latest release of documents from The Select Committee Final Report on Benghazi contains a single, invaluable piece of factual information.

Libyan Military Intelligence from the former legitimate government rescued US personnel that fateful night. It was this group, not groups previously given credit, that risked their lives to aid Americans in those early morning hours. They arrived at the Annex shortly after the mortar attacks began, defeated the militias, opened the way for escape and transported State Department and CIA personnel safely to the airport in a 50 vehicle convoy.

This contradicts widely publicized disinformation from both the mainstream and alternative media that the murderers were “Qaddafi loyalists”.

‘Qaddafi loyalists’ were the heroes that generously offered support to their besieged enemy not only because it was the righteous thing to do, but because the former legitimate government was the world’s leading force in the fight against terrorism.

The Mukhabarat el-Jamahiriya continues to be a functioning organization along with other branches of military, elite forces and intelligence from the Legitimate Government. Without them, there will be no victory over takfiris in Libya. It has been clearly demonstrated in every field of engagement that the US are not only incompetent, but incapable of effective action when it comes to eliminating terrorism, in spite of the fact that these organizations were created, funded and supported by them and their allies and deployed as proxies to destroy the Middle East and Africa.


Jamahiriya News Agency
July 8, 2016
Benghazi 9.11.2012

The US House of Representatives Committee on Benghazi has approved its final report in a partisan vote on Friday.


The committee was established to investigate the 2012 terrorist attack on the US diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Lybia that killed US Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.

When asked by reporters how the committee voted on the approval of the final report, Gowdy responded “7-4.”

Gowdy pointed out that the committee is unable to release the report at present because the Obama administration is in the process of reviewing the committee transcripts.

“[T]hey have to redact them so classified information, even sometimes sensitive information, is not included,” he explained.

Gowdy also said he will not release the committee’s report unless all transcripts, emails and documents from the investigation are included, which he said requires cooperation from the Obama Administration.

Gaddafi Loyalists Saved Americans in Benghazi Attack

A House Select Committee on Benghazi revealed that a cadre of Gaddafi loyalists saved US citizens from a Benghazi facility during the attack on September 11, 2012.


The 800 page report, which cost $7 million and took two years to complete, showed that neither the American government nor a militia group contracted to provide security for the embassy could take credit for saving American lives. It was, instead, a group of individuals representing the government that the Obama administration was trying to overthrow at the time.

“We decided that the situation we had was untenable to stay at the compound. We didn’t have enough shooters and there were too many wounded, and we were definitely going to lose our State Department wounded if we had stayed there much longer,” an American special operator testified, describing how the US diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya was attacked by mortar shell fire.

The US operatives felt that they were “next to helpless.”

The trapped Americans knew they needed to evacuate, but didn’t have the weaponry or vehicles necessary to escape. That’s when the loyalists arrived.

“The forces that arrived at the Annex shortly after the mortar attacks were able to transport all State Department and CIA personnel safely to the airport. The forces, known as Libyan Military Intelligence, arrived with 50 heavily-armed security vehicles,” the report reads.

The Libya Military Intelligence (LMI) forces that arrived were not part of the “February 17 Martyrs Brigade, recommended by the Transitional government (NTC) and contractually obligated to provide security to the Mission Compound,” and the report details how “the February 17 Martyrs Brigade militia, which provided interior armed security at the Benghazi Mission compound, informed the Diplomatic Security Agents two days before the Ambassador was scheduled to arrive it would no longer provide off-compound security.”

It goes on to highlight that the “…Libya Military Intelligence, whom the CIA did not even know existed until the night of the attacks, were comprised of former military officers under the Gaddafi regime who had gone into hiding in fear of being assassinated, and wanted to keep their presence in Benghazi as quiet as possible so as to not attract attention from the militias in control of Benghazi.”