CIA contradicts Obama administration’s account of Benghazi attack response

benghazi_attack_us_politics_2012_09_12The truth about Benghazi is slowing coming out. It will take strong, sustained public pressure to force Congress and the media to do their jobs. The people responsible for the deaths of US Ambassador Christopher Stephens and three other Americans must be held accountable

A new report from Aaron Klein published late last night on WorldNetDaily.com says CIA agents stationed in Benghazi told the head of the House intelligence subcommittee that interviewed the CIA employees “they were loaded into vehicles and ready to aid the besieged U.S. special mission on Sept. 11, 2012,” but were ordered to “wait.”

According to Klein’s report, this new revelation directly contradicts findings by the State Department’s Accountability Review Board, which claimed that the response team located in the CIA annex only one mile away from the US consulate where the initial attack took place was “not delayed by orders from superiors.”

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Darren Pope

Darren Pope has been contributing to a variety of web and print publications for more than 10 years, covering everything from news and politics, to sports and entertainment.

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