Navy SEAL's Family Grieves The Loss of Their Son
The family of a fallen Navy SEAL is expressing their frustration over details surrouding the death of their son in the recent attack in Libya. INSIDE EDITION reports.
Charlie Woods, the father of one of the Navy SEALs killed during the terrorist attack on the American Consulate in Bengazi told Glenn Beck on his radio show about shaking hands with President Obama.
Woods, a retired judge, spoke out on the Glenn Beck radio show and made an extraordinary attack on the Obama administration.
"Shaking hands with him, quite frankly, was like shaking hands with a dead fish. His face was pointed towards me but he would not look me in the eye," said Woods.
Woods met the president on the day the casket carrying his son, Tyrone and three other slain Americans were brought back to Andrews Air Force Base.
Woods said, "His eyes were over my shoulder and not in a forceful voice said, 'You know, I'm really sorry about this Mr. Woods.' That was not the way he did it, and I could tell he was not sorry. He had no remorse."
And then he went on to talk about what Vice President Joe Biden said to him.
Woods proclaims, "In an extremely loud and boisterous voice he said, 'Did your sons always have balls the size of cueballs?' "
"I will ask you the question: is that the voice of someone who is truly sorry?" said Woods.
Woods claims the White House could have taken out the terrorists using laser guided missles but chose not to.
"My son's life was sacrificed because of the White House's decision," said Woods.
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