November 2, 2012

A Timeline of Errors on Benghazi

David Ignatius, Washington Post

AP Photo

A detailed CIA timeline of the assault on U.S. facilities in Benghazi paints an anguishing picture of embattled Americans waiting for Libyan local security forces that didn’t come and courageous CIA officers who died on a rooftop without the heavy weapons they needed, trying to protect their colleagues below.

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TAGGED: Central Intelligence Agency, CIA, Benghazi, Libya, Barack Obama, 2012

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