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August 7th, 2013
05:30 PM ET

Supporting the foundations of victims lost in the Benghazi attack

Four Americans were lost on Sept. 11, 2012. Erin Burnett talks to the families of the victims of Benghazi attack.

For those who wish to donate to the victims foundations—the websites are below:

Remembering Christopher Stevens

U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens (1960-2012)

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Glen Doherty Memorial Foundation

Fmr. Navy SEAL Glen Doherty (1970-2012)

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Tyrone S. Woods, US Navy Seal Memorial Page 

Tyrone S. Woods, Fmr. U.S Navy SEAL (1971-2012)

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  1. shyguy1966

    EXCELLENT TRIBUTE TO THOSE 4 AMERICAN HEROES BUT THE DIDN'T NEED TO DIE. There is NO WAY IN HELL the owebama administration can convince me that a QRF Team couldn't have gotten there in time to help these heroes. M. Smith & Ambassador Stevens died because OUR GOVERNMENT was too cheap & lazy to send enough RSO Officers or have at least 12 Marines stationed at the Embassy. I've read PLENTY books,reports & watched EVERY video PLUS the Congressional Hearing on this. They knew from the beginning, that place wasn't up to US EMBASSY STANDARDS as far as Security was concerned. They KNEW that place was UNDERSTAFFED & NOT SAFE against ANY kind of attack. They can try and BS the US PUBLIC & say there wasn't a STAND DOWN ORDER BUT there are TOO MANY people both at the Embassy & in Tripoli that will admit to exactly what they were told. Personally I feel the WHOLE ADMINISTRATION should be held accountable for their deaths & should be dealt with in the Court System. REST IN PARADISE AMBASSADOR STEVENS , MR. SMITH , MR DOHERTY & MR. WOODS........... WE THE PEOPLE WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR YOU UNTIL THE PEOPLE THAT FAILED YOU ARE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE !!!!!!!

    October 30, 2013 at 10:28 pm | Reply

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