Was Benghazi Attack Preventable?

16 January 2014 |permalink | email article

A stinging report by the Senate Intelligence Committee released Wednesday concluded that the attack 16 months ago that killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya could have been prevented, singling out the State Department for criticism for its failure to bolster security in response intelligence warnings about a growing security crisis around the city. It is also the first report to implicitly J. Christopher Stevens, raising questions about his judgments and actions in the weeks before his death The events in Benghazi and their aftermath became the subject of a fiercely partisan debate, with Republicans accusing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton making misleading statements about the attackers and Al Qaeda. Republicans, who believe Clinton will run for president in 2016 , was blamed for lax security at the diplomatic compound Benghaz.



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