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Benghazi: 2012 State Department Annual Security Report

Benghazi: 2012 State Department Annual Security Report

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Benghazi: 2012 State Deparment Annual Security Newsletter. The newsletter depicts U.S. Military training the Libyan Militia. It also details the average amount of secutity that all Ambassadors receive, including Ambassador Susan Rice & Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.

Led by policy directed by President Barack Obama, US State Department officials Patrick Kennedy & Charlene Lamb testified under oath--with penatly of perjury--before the Oversight Committee on October 10, 2012. Their testimony disclosed that "the State Depatment supplemented US Special Force Operators protecting America's Embassy & Ambassador in Libya, and instead funded the Libyan Militia."

According to the then CIA Director, David Petraeus, the Libyan Militia went onto play a key role in the 9/11 attack on America resulting in the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens, Glen Doherty, Tyrone Woods & Sean Smith.

Benghazi: 2012 State Deparment Annual Security Newsletter. The newsletter depicts U.S. Military training the Libyan Militia. It also details the average amount of secutity that all Ambassadors receive, including Ambassador Susan Rice & Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.

Led by policy directed by President Barack Obama, US State Department officials Patrick Kennedy & Charlene Lamb testified under oath--with penatly of perjury--before the Oversight Committee on October 10, 2012. Their testimony disclosed that "the State Depatment supplemented US Special Force Operators protecting America's Embassy & Ambassador in Libya, and instead funded the Libyan Militia."

According to the then CIA Director, David Petraeus, the Libyan Militia went onto play a key role in the 9/11 attack on America resulting in the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens, Glen Doherty, Tyrone Woods & Sean Smith.

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diplomatic security
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2011 year in review
tested in times of 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
BUREAU OF DIPLOMATIC SECURITY 
 
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Message rom theAssistant Secretary 
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Arab Spring:DS Meets the Test
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DS ProtectsLives
•SecurityforU.S.Ofcials•ProtectioninHigh-ThreatEnvironments•SafetyinSpecialCircumstances•SafeguardingForeignOfcials•OfceofForeignMissions
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DS Protects U.S.Government Property and Facilities
•SecuringDomesticFacilities•ThwartingRisksAbroad•ImprovingPhysicalSecurityAssets
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DS Protects ClassifedInormation and Materials
•DiplomaticCourierService•MaintainingaSecureWorkforce•CounteractingCyberThreats
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DS Advancesthrough Innovation,Research, andDevelopment
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DS InvestigatesCrime
•PreventingTravelDocumentCrime•FieldOfceEffortsAgainstFraud,Smuggling,andScams•LocatingandReturningFugitivesfromJustice•ThreatInvestigationsandInformationCoordination
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DS Trains Security Proessionals
•TrainingU.S.Partners•TrainingU.S.GovernmentPersonnel
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DS Analyzes andDisseminates ThreatInormation
•CriticalAnalysisandInter-agencyCooperation•EngagingwiththePublic
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our mission
The Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS), the law enforcementand security arm of the U.S. Department of State, provides a secure environment for the conduct of American diplomacy. To advance American interests and foreign policy, DS protects people, property, andinformation at more than 280 State Department posts worldwide. DS is the most widely represented U.S.security and law enforcement organization in the world, and a leader in international investigations, threatanalysis, cyber security, counterterrorism, and security technology.
 
2011 Year in Review
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Twenty-ve years ater the Bureau o Diplomatic Security was created rom the U.S.Department o State’s Oce o Security, themen and women o DS demonstrated quiteclearly why this has become a premier U.S.ederal law enorcement and security agency.Charged with responsibility or protectingUnited States diplomacy, the bureau hasundergone tremendous growth since itsounding in order to meet substantiallyexpanded responsibilities domestically andin ar-fung locations around the world. Today,DS oreign service and civil service ocers, employees,and contractors live and work at more than 280 oreignmissions in 162 countries.The remarkable events o 2011 demanded and receivedthe very best o Diplomatic Security. Tested directlyand indirectly by epic transitions – including popularrevolutions overseas and the withdrawal o U.S. militaryorces rom Iraq – and by incidents o terrorism, naturaldisasters, document raud, cyber intrusions, and drugcartel violence south o our border, our people haveullled their mission. In some locations, DS has takenon new roles and additional responsibility, with niteresources but unlimited energy, determination, andresourceulness.The 2011 “Arab Spring” movements had a prooundimpact on the geo-political, socio-economic, andsecurity landscape o North Arica and the Middle East.Throughout the volatile period, DS agents perormeda critical role in protecting U.S. government personnel,property, and inormation, providing secure operatingplatorms in tumultuous environments. Hereat home, DS contended with a dauntingrange o criminal activity requiring extensivesecurity responses.Public respect or the bureau, its duties,and its people has brought a steady fowo applicants to our doors. And we areselective. In 2011, DS received approximately5,000 applications or open positions.From these, DS hired 124 special agents, 54security protective specialists, 24 securityengineering ocers, 17 security technical specialists,and six couriers.DS has a track record that stands up impressively tothat o any other ederal law enorcement or securityagency. Good people and dedicated teamwork including cooperation across division boundaries andinternational borders when necessary – have made thedierence. They will make all the dierence in years tocome, as well.
Eric J. Boswell
Assistant Secretary o State or Diplomatic Security Director, Ofce o Foreign Missions
Message rom the
assistant secretary

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