Today marks the nine month anniversary of the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and still the loose ends far outnumber those tied.
Indeed, we’re approaching the one-year mark and there remain more questions than answers on the events in Libya that night. Unfortunately, these answers may be hard to come by in the near future, if at all. Save for the entire investigation being taken over by a Select Committee, the State Department is up to its neck in fraud and corruption of its own. Cover-ups “from prostitution charges to drug rings,” according to a CBS News article published June 10th. “CBS News reports that is has unearthed documents from the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS), an internal watchdog agency, that implicate the State Department in a series of misconducts worldwide.” These include charges of tampering with investigations of its own personnel.
Read more at Cagle Post here.
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