Fiery Mom of Benghazi Victim Sues Hillary: 'I Am Still Here and I Want Answers!'
Patricia Smith, whose son Sean Smith was killed in the 2012 Benghazi attack, told Trish Regan this afternoon that she is still seeking answers and will now take her battle to the courts.
Smith, along with the father of former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, alleging the then-secretary of state's "reckless handling" of classified information contributed to the deaths.
Smith said that "from day one," all she has wanted is to hear from Mrs. Clinton directly and hear an explanation for why her son died.
"I'd shut up if she would just tell me. But no, that is beneath her. She's treated me like dirt. She doesn't want to acknowledge my existence. I'm still here, Hillary, and I want answers!"
Smith said she's done "begging" Clinton to talk to her, so she has decided to bring the legal action.
"She will not tell me why my son is dead. She told her daughter. She told other people, but she will not talk to me," said Smith, who recalled Clinton telling her shortly after the attack that a protest over an internet video was responsible.
"She lies. Why are people believing her and not me?" said Smith, explaining that her son called her on the day before his death and spoke about the lax security at the Benghazi compound.
"He told me he was going to die because she pulled all the security away."
Smith was asked about those who say that Clinton cannot be successfully sued in this way.
"She may be too big, but not in front of God she isn't!" said Smith.
Judge Andrew Napolitano, speaking about the lawsuit yesterday, said it will be very difficult for the Smith and Woods families because of immunity granted to government officials.
Watch the full FBN interview above.