One can't help but wonder (at least those of us who think this is more important than a traffic jam in New Jersey) who these 15 people were and who killed them. Are they Libyan civilians who are cooperating with the FBI and being eliminated by terrorists? That would make sense, I suppose. Terrorists don't like when their fellow citizens cooperate with Americans.
But that's not the only possibility. Could it be that the Obama administration is getting rid of evidence? That thought has been voiced by some. Now that we know the President was briefed almost immediately about the attack and that he did nothing to help the victims, then proceeded to make up a story about a protest over a video that wasn't mere disproved but literally blown out of the water, it is conceivable that he would like any further witnesses to be silenced. I'm not accusing him of anything. I'm simply stating that in this day and age it's not impossible.
However, there is another theory that may be more believable to many. And it's based on history that while it hasn't yet been proved, it certainly aids suspicion.
The Clinton political machine is gearing up for a run at the White House in 2016. The report released yesterday clearly shows Hillary did nothing to assure the security of Chris Stevens and the others - either before the attack or during. They were simply left to die by Obama, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Then Obama, Hillary, Susan Rice, and Jay Carney began their cover up in an attempt to make the American people believe the Obama administration was innocent of any wrongdoing. Most thinking people saw through it immediately but they did manage, with the help of the lapdog, main stream media, to fool at least some people for a while.
However, once the sham was revealed and the FBI began making progress in the investigation, people in Libya cooperating with the investigation began dying. Hillary came under fire from the right for her role (or her complete lack of a role) in the Benghazi incident. Conservative pundits began relaying the fact that she did nothing as Secretary of State to meet the extra security demands requested by Chris Stevens and that she told the mother of one of the victims they would "get the guy who made the video." Then America watched on TV as she made her now infamous statement concerning the attack “With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night decided to go kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make?”
The thing is - it does matter. And she knows it. Not only did she lie, once again, about the cause of the attack but she wrote off the four dead Americans like they were completely unimportant - on national television. I'm sure damage control began immediately in her camp. So what to do about it?
While nothing has ever been proved - there is a history of mysterious deaths of people who in some way were connected with the Clintons and had what you might call "negative information" about them. The left likes to pretend its nothing but some of those deaths are just plain suspicious. Is it inconceivable that the same people who may have made those happen could also be at work now cleaning up the mess Hillary left behind?
Of course I'm simply speculating and have absolutely no evidence that Hillary's people had anything to do with the deaths of so many cooperating witnesses. But at this point who stands to lose the most having more evidence about the failure of the Obama administration revealed? Certainly not the President. He's in his second term and, barring any forced takeover of the government, he will be done in 2017. Leon Panetta has already moved on. And the terrorists really won't be hurt by the investigation.
No, the only one with anything to lose in this case is the woman who would be nominated as the Democrat candidate for President in 2016. And it does appear the Clintons have ways of making people disappear from the public eye.
Of course, this is my opinion. I could be wrong...