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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Andrew Wood
Court documents say a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy was texting shortly before his patrol car struck and killed a bicyclist.
As U.S. Africa Command waited for any order to rescue Americans on Sept. 11 at the besieged consulate and CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, it was missing a key unit that the Pentagon gives every regional four-star commander — an emergency strike force.
Security for U.S. diplomats in Libya was cut in the weeks before the deadly Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, despite the North African country's high-risk environment, according to a member of the security team assigned to U.S. Embassy in Tripoli.
"I felt like we were being asked to play the piano with two fingers," Army Lt. Col. Andrew Wood, who headed a Special Forces site security team in Tripoli, told CBS News. "We felt we needed more, not less."
"They just had to make do with less security," Col. Wood told ABC News.