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“Benghazi Heroes” Radio Commercial is Released on YouTube by Heroes Group to Remember & Illuminate Our Benghazi Heroes and That the Truth Be Told

by admin on December 15, 2012


McLean, VA (PRWEB) December 14, 2012

David C. Jamison, Founding Board Member and Executive Director of the Basis to Illuminate Americas Heroes, (http://www.illuminateamericasheroes.com)&#13

announces the release of the very first Benghazi Heroes Radio Business on YouTube to complement the Campaign To Bear in mind Our Benghazi Heroes announced two weeks ago. This radio spot is made to increase awareness of the acts of heroism exhibited by Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens Consulate Info Officer, Sean Smith and Navy SEALs, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, who died in that terrorist assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, September eleven, 2012.

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You can hear this very first radio spot by clicking on http://youtu.be/LafwpylYXLM. The Basis is appealing to patriotic Americans to make a tax deductible donation to the Basis to allow it to run this spot on stations across America as a launch of the national media campaign (http://www.benghaziheroescampaign.com).

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The Nationwide Director of the Foundations Campaign To Keep in mind Our Benghazi Heroes is Nolan W. Peterson, a journalist and former Air Force specific ops pilot, who describes himself as disappointed by the way the media has coated the Benghazi attack. The media conversation has been focused on intercourse scandals and political intrigue, he says, and not on the most critical component of this story, which iswhat truly occurred that evening in Benghazi? This is the Blackhawk Down of our generation, and the media has largely ignored it.

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Our nationwide campaign will need that journalists request and look for answers to the following questions, Peterson stated:

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