Kerry's actions re-classify Benghazi a "non-event"

The Obama's Administration cover up of Benghazi have turned a tragic event into an official non-event. Photo: Benghazi: Who wins?

WASHINGTON, August 25, 2013 – The Obama’s Administration cover up of Benghazi has turned a tragic event into an official non-event. Secretary of State John Kerry has reinstated the State Department employees who were demoted following the attack.

Kerry has determined that the four State Department officials placed on administrative leave by Hillary Clinton after the terrorist attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi do not deserve any formal disciplinary action.

They have been asked back to work at the State Department.

Last December, Clinton’s staff told four mid-level officials to clean out their desks and hand in their badges after the release of the report of its own internal investigation into the Benghazi attack.

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Raymond Maxwell, the only official from the State Department’s Near Eastern Affairs bureau to lose his job over the Benghazi attack, received a memo from the State Department’s human resources department informing him his administrative leave status has been lifted and he should report for duty Tuesday morning.

While not a formal disciplinary action, Maxwell regarded his treatment as punishment because he was not able to work and was publicly identified as being blamed for the tragedy that cost the lives of four Americans, including his friend Ambassador Chris Stevens.

There was no incompetence in the run up to the attack. There was no need for extra security as requested by the ambassador. There were no warnings of trouble. There was every reason to trust the Islamic militia in charge of “security.”

Now, nearly a year to the date of the attack, not one single person employed by the United States government has been disciplined, fired, or really even criticized for the attack.

This is just another example how disgracefully and incompetently the Obama Administration is performing its job.


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Lt Col Alfred Al Eisner was born in 1932 in Teplice Shanov  Czechoslovakia and currently lives in Silver Spring, Maryland  with his wife  Toshiko  from Japan. Before that, he lived in APO , AE from   1952  to  1954 and 1961 to 1964, and he lived in APO,  AP from 1955 to 1960. '

Lt Col Alfred Eisner attended Pottsville High School in Pottsville, PA and graduated class of 1951. He is a Graduate of Montgomery College Rockville Campus  in Rockville, MD. he attended college from 1984 to 1986. He majored in Law Enforcement  and Legal Studies  and Criminal Justice..

Lt. Col Alfred  Al  Eisner is retired from the United State Army where he served ten overseas tours in Korea, Germany, Japan, Vietnam and Hawaii, being awarded the  Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Vietnam   Service Medal,  Vietnam Campaign Medal with (4 battle stars) and Army Achievement Medal in addition to numerous other command  awards he  served in duties and functions on behalf of the Armed Services an the people of the United States. 

He  also   served  as a Civil   Service Officer GS-9  from 1985  through  1997 in the  DOD,   Department of Defense   with the  US Army  Research Institute and  The Deputy  Chief of Staff's Office  at MDW Military District  of  Washington.  Subsequently  he  performed  duties  with Montgomery County  Department of Police  as a  VIP Volunteer in Policing  with over  10,000  Volunteer Hours  and Numerous  Police  Department Awards.  He  also  service concurrently  from  1985  through   2004  with the Maryland State  Guard  as a Adjutant   and LT  COL 05

He is  also a  Holocaust  survivor from the  Ghetto Concentration Camp  Theresienstadt liberated May  1945 by the Russian Army

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