US weapons stolen in Libya raids, fue...

US weapons stolen in Libya raids, fueling Special Forces pull-out

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Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#1 Sep 11, 2013
Apparently no one in the DOD has mastered the idea of letting the fox guard the hen house. Some of these weapons very likely landed in the hands of terrorist factions. We really need to just leave the middle east and let them kill each other off. If it becomes really necessary, we can deal with them from the launch tubes of a nuclear sub or two.

Located just outside of Tripoli, the camp was supposed to be secured each night by Libyan forces. But on two occasions, the camp was attacked and raided by either militia members or groups affiliated with terrorist organizations.

The training and the stolen equipment was provided by American forces and thus paid for by U.S. taxpayer dollars.

The raids and stolen equipment quickly caused a rift among U.S. Special Forces, Libyan military leaders and ultimately the U.S. State Department.

"They didn't want anything to go wrong and they didn't want to take the blame. Sensitive items were taken," one source said. "Bad guys can now shoot people at night with no signature."

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