November 15, 2012

Forget Gossip: 7 Tough Benghazi Questions

Paul Wolfowitz, AEIdeas

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Members of Congress of both parties are clamoring for former CIA Director David Petraeus to testify about the decisions and events surrounding the murder of the US ambassador to Libya and three other Americans in Benghazi on September 11 of this year.

It is perfectly reasonable to ask for that testimony since the CIA had an important role in Benghazi and Petraeus – to his credit – is the highest level US official to visit Libya since the disaster there.

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