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October 9th, 2012
06:08 PM ET

Demanding answers on Libya attack

Brooke speaks with Rep. Jason Chaffetz who has returned from a fact-finding trip to investigate the attacks that left U.S. Ambassador Andrew Stevens and three other Americans dead.

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  1. Mary-Anne

    Finally... CNN acknowledges tht the Administration hid that they KNEW it was a terrorist attack while they lied to the American people.
    It's about time....shameful bias

    October 9, 2012 at 8:28 pm |
  2. Mike59

    Having worked personal security overseas both as civilian and military, you pressing individuals for into that could reveals methods, then make it seem as the protection of this info is wrong is upsetting to me. As I am sure you know, most of us who do this type of work are contractors or career gov. Employees. The security peotocals are the same regardless of administrations ans are developed independent of any admin. With the safety of the government. employee out front.

    October 11, 2012 at 2:51 pm |
  3. John BP

    Right away any normal person can detect if something wrong to someone. In case of Rep Jason Chappetz he doesn't deserved my respect for being arrogant and inconsiderate. Highly educated (maybe( but lacks on human understanding.He talks like God and as if he never made mistakes in his entire life. OMG he is only a Rep of US and dare to mock, abate the present administration on about the Benghazi killings. What if he is the President of U.S. he'll acts or rules like Hitler -give me a break! Rep Chappetz must looks back where he came from before and I bet that there's still some dirt on his previous trail. I know only one (man) that is truely perfect: GOD!

    October 13, 2012 at 7:09 pm |
  4. Catherine Clinger

    How can there be any justification for the leader of our military & person most responsible for the security of our country NOT to know that an American ambassador in an area desserted by every other countries' ambassor had requested additional security multiple times! And how can it possibly be that that ambassador's office and residence did not even meet the interrim security upgrades began several years ago. If he can be concerned about multimillionair Big Bird's continued presence on PBS, he should have at least a passing knowledge of what's going on with our representatives in one the most dangerous areas in the world. There is no excuse and I am tired of this president failure to take his responsibilities seriously.

    October 16, 2012 at 3:29 pm |

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