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November 16th, 2012
05:47 PM ET

Rep. Heck: Intelligence on Libya attack evolved

Rep. Joe Heck of Nevada questions why Americans weren't informed as intelligence evolved in the Benghazi attacks.

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  1. Anne McNaly

    Thank you so much for providing MAP expinations of the Gaza / Israel conflict. American viewers
    need maps. My husband & I in our 8nt0s go nuts listening to the nightly news being reporting verbally
    with no MAPS !!! The puzzle pieces put together the big picture. More reporting this way please.
    Anne & Gene McNally Celebration, FL

    November 17, 2012 at 5:45 pm |
  2. Carol Stein

    I am infuriated by Don Lemon's misstatement that Israel broke the cease fire. That is absolutly false.. If he bothered to fact check this statement he'd know that other stations reported the truth. He's guilty of either ignorance or bias. Also, the reporting fromn GAZA focused on the human side of war...smoke rising, casualty numbers. But the report from Israel came from a soldier on the border: the image is military, agression. No one told CNN's audience that hundreds or rockets have been raining on Israel for several years, terrorizing civilians. Israel seeks military targets; Hamas targets civilians. This biased, unbalanced reporting is responsible for the public's false impression of Israel as an agressor. Israel wants peace.

    November 17, 2012 at 6:18 pm |
  3. C. Kohorst

    Nov. 17, 2012

    Don Lemmon,
    How could you defend General Petraeus's lewd and duplicit behavior and his subsequent resignation when outed as justice peculiar only to the American puritancial founded nation? Our country is in war and this nation and our troops deserve an allegiance far beyond the freedom to pursue sexual exploits by those at the helm of power. Why are you not concentrating your energy to help this country gather its resources to restore the lives of the people, the businesses, and the animals effected Hurricane Sandy?

    November 17, 2012 at 11:34 pm |

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