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I just saw something in your eyes I don't like, Charlie Rose

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
September 20th, 2012
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Watch the video above. In it, John Miller former assistant director of the FBI refuses to say the attack in Libya was pre-panned or spontaneous.

LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The fact is, this is a terrorist attack and to characterize it as anything less is ridiculous. The assault was clearly coordinated across the Middle-East.

The US ambassador was killed by explosives, which required deliberate preparation and use. We know that a terrorist leader, Sufyan Ben Qumu, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, was present at the site.

Despite these facts, Miller refuses to say the attack was pre-planned and Charlie Rose, staring intently at Miller fishes for a statement that the attack was spontaneous as opposed to pre-planned, asking which was "more likely." (Watch video at 1:50)

Miller withholds comment. 

It is clear that the Obama administration has found a scapegoat in claiming these attacks were spontaneously incited by a viral video that insulted the Muslim prophet Mohammed, however that video had been online for months prior to the attacks. 

While other people in many parts of the world heard about it for the first time last week, and took to the streets, certain terrorist-affiliated elements arrived at multiple locations around the world, on a precise schedule, armed with weaponry. You cannot call that spontaneous no matter how incongruent that reality is with your political views. 

Predictably, violence ensued. 

This is clear evidence of pre-planned violence that curiously occurred on September 11. 

For a presidential administration, and its sympathetic reporters to advocate a political bias is indefensible given the magnitude of the attacks and the deaths of Americans. 

I just saw something in your eyes I don't like, Charlie Rose. I saw a foolish thought.

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