Benghazi Committee Releases Final Report

Staff Writer

House Republicans on the Benghazi Select Committee released their long-awaited report this morning on the events surrounding the 2012 Libya terrorist attacks that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.

The report says there was intelligence leading up to the attacks that the diplomatic consulate and CIA annex there were not safe and that top officials in the U.S. State Department, including Hillary Clinton and Under Secretary Patrick Kennedy, should have realized that.

It is also critical of top officials' deliberations during the attacks and the lack of troop mobilization as it unfolded.

In one detail revealed in the report, a U.S. military unit mobilized after the attacks changed in and out of their uniforms and civilian outfits four times. The report also concluded that none of the military forces mobilized met required deployment timelines.

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