Benghazi: The Scandal That Won’t Go Away


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Rumors of the disappearance of the Benghazi scandal are vastly premature. This week, Special Forces veterans gathered on Capitol Hill to unveil a 60-foot scroll of signatures demanding a discharge petition for legislation authorizing a House select committee to investigate Benghazi.

In April, appearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Secretary of State John Kerry promised to clear the air and make survivors of Benghazi available for congressional questioning. Though a few have bravely come forward (at the peril of professional retaliation, one might add), little firsthand testimony of the attack has come out. Members of Congress have charged that State Department and CIA witnesses continue to be intimidated and warned against testifying, resulting in the postponement of two hearings planned for last week.



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