Benghazi is Back

From the press release:

Westmoreland to Investigate Benghazi Attack

As the Chairman of the House Intelligence Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation, I am pleased to confirm that the subcommittee will hold several interviews next week to review the actions of the intelligence community in Benghazi the night four Americans, including US Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, were killed.  These interviews with eyewitnesses to the attacks are the latest steps by the Intelligence Committee to uncover exactly what happened the night of September 11, 2012, and to demand the administration hold accountable the terrorists who are responsible.

The interviews will focus on the events of that night from the perspective of our security professionals who were there.  In addition, the initial false information from policymakers regarding the perpetrators of the attack and the motives behind the attack following September 11, 2012 are extremely concerning to me and to the Intelligence Committee.

It’s been over a year, and the families of the four Americans who were brutally murdered by terrorists in Benghazi deserve answers.  These interviews will constitute the Committee’s 14th and 15th Member oversight activities on Benghazi.  The House Intelligence Committee is fully committed to getting to the bottom of what happened in Benghazi and to hold those behind these vicious and cowardly attacks responsible.

 

8 comments

  1. xdog says:

    ‘These interviews will constitute the Committee’s 14th and 15th Member oversight activities on Benghazi. ‘

    That’s way short of the ACA record of 45 or so reactionary efforts but they have a couple of years still.

  2. Dave Bearse says:

    Returning to the beating dead horse Benghazi better wastes energy than the aimless twisting in the wind on government shutdown.

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