Trey Gowdy’s Investigation to Meet With Benghazi Victims’ Families

Conservative Tribune

After almost two years of waiting, the families of the victims who were murdered by terrorists in Benghazi on September 11, 2012, are finally coming closer to getting the justice they deserve.

Despite significant Democratic opposition, House Republicans established a Select Committee under Representative Trey Gowdy in May of this year to investigate the attack and the events immediately following it. Gowdy’s committee has been sifting through thousands of documents and hiring staff in preparation for congressional hearings, which are now slated to begin in early September.

Now CBS News reports that the committee will meet with the relatives of the four Americans–including Ambassador Christopher Stevens–who died that night during the attack on a U.S. diplomatic mission and nearby CIA annex.

The committee plans to withhold details of those meetings to protect family privacy, but they were confirmed by the committee’s ranking Democrat…



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