There is a reason why statutes of limitations do not apply to some crimes. That’s because of the egregious nature and seriousness of acts which, by commission or omission, result in the unnecessary death of a human being. Cold Case investigation units were formed in police agencies for the purpose of solving crimes of horror, no matter how long ago they happened.
Life is precious, especially those who die in the course of serving their country, or those who die saving the lives of others. The value of such lives is not abridged with the passage of time. That’s why the criminals of Benghazi should be fully exposed and punished, and I don’t mean only the terrorists.
Some would opine that Benghazi is old news and should be set aside. Tell that to the families of Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods. They are dead – unnecessarily. They were heroic men serving their country for which they died. Terrible decisions on the part of their government officials, that led up to and during the attack, were responsible for the horrendous outcome.
One thing certain: They were hung out to dry.
The president’s words ring hollow in my …