Do we care?

Their killing shocked the nation, four dead Americans gunned down by an armed militia. Who was responsible, will they be brought to justice? Was there a cover- up? Was the White House somehow involved?

This was the Kent State University massacre that occurred 44 years in Ohio. It bears eerie similarities to the four Americans killed in Benghazi by an armed militia. We do not know who or what they were and whether will anyone ever be brought to justice.

Benghazi has been investigated until we are blue in the face. Questions answered in public, under oath, by officials responsible. Security breaches identified and corrected. The argument that remains is what role the White House played in the misidentified argument after the attack happen. The answers will not bring those responsible for the attack to justice.

Now it is more about Americans investigating Americans, to embarrass a sitting American president, during election for political gains.

What does our future hold and will those who killed the four Americans in Benghazi ever be brought to justice?

Ricky Page 

Newnan



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