U.K. Bombshell: POTUS Waited Nearly A Month Before Giving Go-Ahead For Hostage Rescue Mission — Including James Foley
Toby Harden, writing in the August 24, 2014 Sunday Times of London, writes that POTUS Obama waited nearly a month (despite having good/perishable intelligence) before approving a hostage rescue mission in Syria” — that would have included American journalist James Foley.
Mr. Harden writes that “it was shortly after midnight on July 4, 2014, when the specially modified Black Hawk helicopters fitted with radar-evading equipment swooped down over Ukayrishah, a small town near the Euphrates River, close the Syrian city of Raqqa.”
“Flown by pilots from the U.S. 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment — known as “the Night Stalkers,” — the Black Hawks’ first job was to destroy a jihadist anti-aircraft battery three miles away,” writes Mr. Harden. “But their main role,” [that night’] he writes “was to drop a dozen…
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