January 7, 2013

Flashing Red in Benghazi

Chicago Tribune, Chicago Tribune

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For months, questions have piled up about how and why U.S. officials failed to protect a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans in a U.S. consulate in Benghazi last Sept. 11. We know the system was flashing red. We know there were warnings from security officers on the ground in that dangerous Libyan city and pleas for more security. Now a blunt Senate committee report provides vital answers about why Washington failed to respond effectively.

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