Coverup: Benghazi Contractors Expose What Hillary’s State Dept. Ordered Them to Do After Attack


Security at the State Department’s Benghazi compound was so dire that another contractor was brought in to clean up the mess just two weeks before the 2012 terror attack – and was later pressured to keep quiet by a government bureaucrat under then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, according to two men from the American security company.

Brad Owens and Jerry Torres, of Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions, say they faced pressure to stay silent and get on the same page with the State Department with regard to the security lapses that led to the deaths of four Americans.

In a story that aired on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Tuesday, five years after the attack, Brad Owens and Jerry Torres of Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions told Fox News that Hillary Clinton’s State Department had ordered them to be quiet about security lapses.

They said those lapses stemmed in part from the State Department awarding a security contract to a U.K. company called The Blue Mountain Group that didn’t have the resources to handle the task — and even hired unarmed guards to “protect” a location under constant threat.

“Blue Mountain U.K. is a teeny, tiny, little security company registered in Wales that had never had a diplomatic security contract, had never done any high-threat contracts anywhere else in the world that we’ve been able to find, much less in high-threat areas for the U.S. government,” Owens said. “They had a few guys on the ground.”

While TAES had bid on the contract, the men noted that the deck was stacked against them by what the State Department considered “technically acceptable.”


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