Accuracy in Media



Bethesda, MD, June 27, 2016 – Hillary Clinton’s and the Obama administration’s failure of leadership in the Benghazi terrorist attack have been conclusively documented in a new report by the Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi (CCB). The CCB will release its latest analysis of the U.S. government’s failures in the attack on our Special Mission Compound and CIA Annex on September 11, 2012. This Obama/Clinton leadership fiasco left four Americans dead, including the first U.S. Ambassador killed since 1979.

You are cordially invited to an exclusive media event where these new findings will be released.

WHERE: The National Press Club – Murrow Room 529 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20045

WHEN: Wednesday, June 29, 2016 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm ET

CCB REPRESENTATIVES: Roger Aronoff, Editor, Accuracy In Media Clare Lopez, Vice President, Center for Security Policy General Thomas McInerney (Ret.) Admiral James Lyons (Ret.)

Among the relevant findings validated through months of extensive research, interviews, FOIA requests and confirmed sources, the CCB will highlight:

* How the Obama Administration and State Department turned against Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi and materially aided known al-Qaeda-linked militias that would soon coalesce into ISIS;

* Advance warnings about an impending attack were ignored by Obama and Clinton;

* The fact that U.S. military assets were readily available for immediate deployment shortly after the Benghazi attack began but were held back from attempting a rescue effort.

Hard copies of the new CCB report will be available by request.

The 16-member Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi panel was commissioned by Accuracy In Media to investigate and submit relevant findings surrounding the Benghazi terrorist attack. The CCB’s Interim Report was released on April 22, 2014.

Accuracy in Media is a citizens’ media watchdog whose mission is to promote accuracy, fairness and balance in news reporting.

For more information contact:

Spencer Irvine

Phone: 202-364-4401 ext. 103


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