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Sun's disinterest in Benghazi amazes [Letter]

Just two questions about The Sun's latest editorial regarding Benghazi ("The latest Benghazi attack," May 6).

First, if the real attack (as opposed to your equivocating over the GOP's inquiry into the death of four Americans, a real classy posture incidentally), is passé, how come The Sun periodically goes after the George W. Bush administration for enhanced interrogation techniques? That was over 10 years ago and no one was killed. The terrorists waterboarded still get three meals a day and get to put their prayer rug down five times a day. The hypocrisy is unbelievable!

Second, why did Ambassador J. Christopher Stephens have to be in one of the most dangerous cities in the world on the anniversary of 9/11 and without security? President Barack Obama would have known he was going there or was he skipping his daily security briefing to campaign?

Your coverage and lack of asking good questions to the administration is astounding, but you are a good sycophant.

Lyle Rescott, Marriottsville

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