A new OPSEC report combines for the first time in a single document the findings of multiple official investigations and media reports about Hillary Clinton’s role before, during and after the attack that killed four Americans in Benghazi – an attack a bipartisan committee of U.S. senators called “preventable.”
According to Reuters:
The group charges Clinton with failing to ask the Pentagon and spy agencies to help U.S. personnel besieged in Benghazi and with not discussing the attack with President Barack Obama until more than six hours after it started. They also say she was not candid in her own accounts of what happened.View PDF - click here
The report, entitled "Breach of Duty: Hillary Clinton and Catastrophic Failure in Benghazi," says that due to a lack of due diligence by Congress, the "full story about Hillary Clinton's deadly failure of leadership may never be completely told." It calls for a special congressional investigation of the affair.