I was stunned to hear Kerry speak this morning. Kerry now says it was an I.E.D. After posting last week that the story of the death of a Diplomat in Afghanistan was morphing, a new version was now being promulgated. Even worse, when I googled the story, many of the versions did not include the FBI was being called in. Now why in the world would the FBI be called in? This was a military incident. Why not talk to the survivors before spinning this new version? Stay alert on this on, another Benghazi to be buried.
Was it a I.E.D? A Suicide Bomber, were they lost?
“As long as I am secretary of state I promise you I will do everything in my power to cover your back, you cover mine. We’ll be a good team and together we’ll get the job done.”
An FBI investigation is in its preliminary stages.
Smedinghoff was just 25 when she and four other Americans were killed while walking from a military base to a nearby school. Two explosions occurred, apparently a suicide car bombing followed by a roadside blast.
On Friday I posted :State Department has new story on Afghan blast that killed Diplomat
The State Department has acknowledged that five Americans killed in Afghanistan, including 25-year-old diplomat Anne Smedinghoff, were on foot when they were caught in the blast of a suicide bomber, and not in an armored vehicle as officials told bereaved relatives earlier this week.
The deaths of U.S. diplomatic personnel — and the State Department’s changing account of how they died — raise echoes for some of the security failures in Benghazi, Libya, where Islamist extremists killed four Americans in assaults on the U.S. diplomatic compound Sept. 11.Questions about the incident are likely to multiply in coming days, as more details about the attack are revealed. A witness reported Thursday that the provincial reconstruction team was lost, which is why the personnel were caught in the blast
“We are not going to be deterred. We are going to be inspired. And we’ll use Anne’s idealism as another motivation to the idealism that brings all of you to this effort in the first place,” he told embassy staffers.
“We can make this world better,” Kerry said. “We can strengthen other countries. We’ve seen it happen.
“As long as I am secretary of state I promise you I will do everything in my power to cover your back, you cover mine. We’ll be a good team and together we’ll get the job done.” Yepper!