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Father of Benghazi Hero Asks for Truth

The father of one of the men killed at Benghazi in the September 11 attack called the Lars Larson radio show this week. Charles Woods, father of ex-Navy Seal Tyrone Woods, spoke for nearly 15 minutes.

As the truth slowly is pried  from the White House and State Department there appear to be multiple story lines and possible distractions.

Was this administration trying to ‘normalize’ Libya so that it could be promoted as a political coup by this administration? The House Oversight Committee is asking this and more as they try to learn why multiple requests for additional security were turned down.

Listen to this phone call (begins at 1:40) and hear the emotion in a father who would like to understand why the Consulate was not better protected and why the administration is not telling all.

Share this with your friends who may still be sitting on the fence. Tragedies do happen. Cover-ups should not.

UPDATE: America Life on the Fox News Channel heard this story and talked to the radio host Lars Larson. You can watch the interview below:
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2 comments

  1. This man and his son could be any one of us. He and all America need answers from this administration. There is no excuse for the deception being perpetrated on the families and the public. We need to DEMAND the truth from the WH and ask why the MSM is unwilling to hold the Administration accountable. This is a major story for MANY reasons and we shouldn’t allow it to be brushed off and buried for political protection. Four brave men were left to die and that trumps any re-election campaign agenda.

    • Thanks Denise. I agree. There is just no excuse for deceiving these families except that it’s political.