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AMAC poll shows 100% of respondents want a special prosecutor to investigate the Benghazi attack

6,393 respondents want to know why and how our Ambassador and three other Americans were murdered on September 11th and was there a cover up

Nov. 16, 2012 - PRLog -- BOHEMIA, NY – Americans want to know what happened in Benghazi on September 11th and, according to a poll taken by the Association of Mature American Citizens, they demand answers sooner than later, said Dan Weber, president of AMAC.

There were an unprecedented 6,418 respondents in the association’s on-site survey taken this week and 6,393 of them said they wanted a Special Prosecutor to investigate possible misconduct over the way the Benghazi attack was handled, Weber explained.  He noted that it is virtually unheard of to have that many respondents to a poll, let alone to have a statistical return of 100% in favor an issue.

“It is obvious that Benghazi is a burning post-election question in the minds of the American people.  They want to know why and how our Ambassador Christopher Stevens was murdered along with an aide, Sean Smith, and embassy security personnel, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.  They also want to know if there was a deliberate cover up,” Weber added.

He said that “the response to this survey was highly unusual in that there was unanimity among the respondents.  It is an issue that was skirted over during the last days of the presidential election campaign, but it can no longer be ignored by President Obama.”

Weber said he was disappointed that “the sudden resignation of CIA chief David Patraeus last week and, the ensuing scandal, was needed to attract the attention of the mainstream media, in earnest, to a story that should have been front page from day one.”

Patraeus’ resignation came just days before he was scheduled to testify before Congress about what he knew and when he knew it.  The timing has sparked significant speculation about the administration’s role in what some have called “a nightmare of a fiasco.”

President Obama and his election campaign surrogates kept insisting for weeks following the assault on our Consulate in Benghazi that it was the work of a “flash mob” upset by an American made film about Islam.  This, despite a growing mountain of evidence to the contrary.  

“If it was, indeed, a campaign ploy to duck the issue, it worked because it wasn’t until after the votes were counted did talk about the film cease,” according to the AMAC chief.

Committees in both houses of Congress are investigating the events before and after the attack, “but we need to ensure there is an investigation untainted by possible political biases.  If ever circumstances cried out for the appointment of an independent Special Prosecutor, those surrounding the incident in Benghazi certainly do,” Weber concluded.

NOTE TO EDITORS: Dan Weber is available for telephone interviews on this issue.  Please contact John Grimaldi at 917-846-8485 or jpgrimaldi@verizon.net to set up a chat.


The Association of Mature American Citizens [http://www.amac.us] is a vibrant, vital and conservative alternative to organizations, such as AARP, that dominate the choices for mature Americans who want a say in the future of the nation.  Where those other organizations may boast of their power to set the agendas for their memberships, AMAC takes its marching orders from its members.  We act and speak on their behalf, protecting their interests, and offering a conservative insight on how to best solve the problems they face today.

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