House Benghazi Panel Meets with State, Justice Departments

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From Politico: The House committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi held two closed-door meetings this week with the State and Justice departments. The classified meeting Tuesday with the State Department focused on embassy security. The second meeting, with the Justice Department, centered on witnesses who could later appear before the committee. Read the… Read more »

Select Committee on Benghazi Holds Closed Meetings

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From the Select Committee on Benghazi: The Select Committee on Benghazi held a closed-door, classified briefing this week with the Department of State about the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attacks that left the U.S. ambassador to Libya, a State Department communications officer and two U.S. security agents dead. “The Select Committee met in closed session… Read more »

Judicial Watch Dismantles Another Benghazi Cover-Up

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From Breitbart: After seven months, the House Benghazi Select Committee held its second hearing recently. We monitor its proceedings closely. The Select Committee’s very existence is because of our uncovering of a key White House Benghazi scandal cover-up email. Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) got to the heart of the matter in his opening statement: On September 11, 2012, at 9:45… Read more »

The Benghazi Scandal Just Got Very Interesting Again

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From Business Insider: The intrigue surrounding Sept. 11, 2012, in Benghazi is not going away. CNN’s Jake Tapper reports that two CIA contractors present at the Benghazi attacks have called a recent House Intelligence Committee report on the subject “full of inaccuracies.” John Tiegen and Kris Paronto, two contractors who were eyewitnesses to the attack, have issued a statement detailing… Read more »

Has the State Department Learned the Lessons of Benghazi?

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From The Daily Signal: A Veteran’s Day feature from the Associated Press showcased the improved training of diplomatic security agents, with a view to demonstrating that the lessons of Benghazi have been absorbed by the State Department. In a simulation in a location in Virginia dubbed Erehwon (“nowhere” spelled backwards), State Department security staff beat back an attack resembling the attack on the ill-fated… Read more »

What Happened to the ‘Sensitive Information’ Stolen in Benghazi?

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From The Weekly Standard: The Justice Department has released a new, superseding indictment in the government’s case against Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the only suspect held by the U.S. in connection with the September 11, 2012, terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya. The indictment, of course, doesn’t come close to telling the whole story. But we do… Read more »

Clinton State Department Official Reveals Details of Alleged Document Review

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From The Daily Signal: As the House Select Committee on Benghazi prepares for its first hearing this week, a former State Department diplomat is coming forward with a startling allegation: Hillary Clinton confidants were part of an operation to “separate” damaging documents before they were turned over to the Accountability Review Board investigating security lapses… Read more »