EXCLUSIVE: Benghazi Now a COVER-UP by both Democrats and Republicans

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By Shoebat Foundation on November 25, 2014 in Benghazi Select Committee, Featured, General
By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack
**SHOEBAT EXCLUSIVE**

The 36-page House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) report on Benghazi has finally been released and it smacks of cover-up. There are several highly questionable assertions in the report but also one very critical omission. In November of 2013, Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI) was interviewed by Megyn Kelly of Fox News. At the end of the interview, Rogers confirmed that Ambassador Christopher Stevens met with his committee in the days prior to his death in Benghazi:

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Documents from the Ferguson grand jury

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Documents from the Ferguson grand jury

Updated 2:30 a.m. ET Tuesday, November 25, 2014

A grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Scores of documents, including testimony from the proceedings as well as reports and interview transcripts considered as evidence, were released by St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch. Read the documents below. The documents are also searchable, using the search bar at the top right of each document. Also released: Photos of Officer Wilson after the incident »

Warning: These documents contain strong language.

Grand jury testimony

These documents contain transcripts of testimony provided before the grand jury.

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Leave it to the stupid Muslim congressman from Minnesotastan to say something stupid about Ferguson

Summit of Failure – How the EU Lost Russia over Ukraine

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Photo Gallery: Ukraine's Road to WarPhotos

One year ago, negotations over a Ukraine association agreement with the European Union collapsed. The result has been a standoff with Russia and war in the Donbass. It was an historical failure, and one that German Chancellor Angela Merkel contributed to. Photo Gallery: Ukraine’s Road to War

Only six meters separated German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych as they sat across from each other in the festively adorned knight’s hall of the former Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. In truth, though, they were worlds apart.

Yanukovych had just spoken. In meandering sentences, he tried to explain why the European Union’s Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius was more useful than it might have appeared at that moment, why it made sense to continue negotiating and how he would remain engaged in efforts towards a common future, just as he had previously been. “We need several billion…

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