Security Contractor, DIA Docs Debunk Michael Morell’s Benghazi Narrative

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From Breitbart News: Former CIA Director Michael Morell’s account of what happened during the September 2012 terror attack against a U.S. consulate in Benghazi has been debunked by a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report, a security contractor, and other sources. Breitbart News spoke with former Army Ranger Kris “Tanto” Paronto, one of the elite security contractors on… Read more »

Docs: Benghazi Planned in Advance to Coincide With 9/11 Anniversary

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From Fox News: Fox News has obtained documents which reveal what U.S. intelligence agencies knew about the Benghazi attack and weapons traveling from Libya to Syria back in 2012. Catherine Herridge reported this morning on “America’s Newsroom” that a Defense Intelligence Agency memo from Sept. 16, 2012, concluded that the Benghazi terror attack was planned… Read more »

Defense, State Department Documents Reveal Obama Administration Knew that al Qaeda Terrorists Had Planned Benghazi Attack 10 Days in Advance

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From Judicial Watch: Judicial Watch announced today that it obtained more than 100 pages of previously classified “Secret” documents from the Department of Defense (DOD)and the Department of State revealing that DOD almost immediately reported that the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi was committed by the al Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood-linked “Brigades of the Captive Omar Abdul Rahman”… Read more »

Former CIA Official: WH’s Story on Benghazi Talking Points Isn’t Credible

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From Townhall: At first, the White House tried to pin the “spontaneous protest” fairy tale on CIA intelligence, which Morell has previously debunked (“the video was not part of the CIA analysis”).  Reams of evidence demonstrate that the US government knew that Benghazi was a coordinated terrorist attack from the outset, yet top administration officials publicly clung to the untrue YouTube/demonstration fable… Read more »

Select Committee Releases Interim Progress Update

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From the Select Committee on Benghazi: Select Committee on Benghazi Chairman Trey Gowdy today released an interim report detailing the facts and accomplishments to date of the Benghazi Committee on the anniversary of the House vote establishing the committee. “I am proud of what a professional team of investigators, committed to uncovering all the facts… Read more »

Rep. Trey Gowdy: He might take Hillary Clinton’s word on disputed e-mails

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From USA Today: WASHINGTON — South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, who heads the House committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks that left four Americans dead, says he might be willing to accept assurances under oath from Hillary Clinton that she has provided all her relevant emails to the panel — dropping requests for an independent… Read more »

Benghazi committee has received new trove of documents from State

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From Politico: The House committee investigating the Benghazi terrorist attacks has received 4,000 pages of new documents from the State Department, according to congressional sources. Select Committee on Benghazi Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) is set to announce on Thursday that he has gained access to documents from the State Department Benghazi Accountability Review Board, the… Read more »

Select Committee on Benghazi Letter to Hillary Clinton

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From the Select Committee on Benghazi: On April 23, Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) contacted Hillary Clinton’s counsel to inform him that the Select Committee would like to hold two public hearings featuring Mrs. Clinton. The first, in May, would address “ensuring the public record is complete” and the second, for June, would address her actions… Read more »