Ambassador Chris Stephens, Glen Doherty, Tyrone Woods, and Sean Smith volunteered to serve America in a dangerous Libya and were willing to accept the risks associated with their service.
However, they probably assumed the United States government would come to their aid if and when it was needed. Sadly, when they came under attack on 9/11/12, a decision was made to leave them stranded. The result: four dead American patriots murdered by terrorists.
This is stated by filmmakers Buzz Jacobs and Doug Brown who are producing Benghazi 9.11, The Movie, a documentary that promises to reveal the truth behind the Benghazi terrorist attack and the cover-up that followed.[ Also Read: Can You be a Hindu or a Muslim Journalist? ]
It is stated that Benghazi 9.11 will take viewers on a journey to explore the issues surrounding this sad day in American history. Benghazi 9.11 will summarize the information that has been slowly released over a period of months and examine whether a cover-up is taking place.
The film will also explore the impact this event has had on Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and the mainstream media. It’s certain that this movie will add fire to the fierce debate about Benghazi, serving as an alternative, factual analysis, about a topic that has mostly been ignored by the mainstream media, say the filmmakers.
Benghazi 9.11 is still in production. Anticipated release is Fall 2013. For more information about Benghazi 9.11, you can visit Benghazi9-11.com
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