Government Investigation Into Benghazi Pretty Much Nonexistent

Katie Pavlich

Since the 9/11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that left four Americans dead, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, not a single person has been arrested or killed for their murders. Further, not one State Department or Defense Department employee has been fired as a result of the failures leading up to the attack, which included a major failure to provide adequate security to the compound. Security was repeatedly requested and denied by people working in Benghazi leading up to the 9/11 attack.

So why no consequences? It turns out the investigation into what happened in Benghazi is pretty much nonexistent.

American personnel on the ground in Benghazi the night of the 2012 terror attack are outraged after learning that the CIA’s inspector general never conducted an investigation into what happened — despite two CIA workers being killed in the attack and despite at least two complaints being filed by CIA employees…

…Many in the agency were told, or were under the impression, that an investigation was in the works, but that is not the case…





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