By Courtney Minturn, @cmm14
WASHINGTON, January 10, 2014 — On Tuesday, January 7, 2014, an alliance sent an Open Letter to Speaker Boehner to demand that he conduct an official investigation regarding the events of September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya. The dynamic alliance demanding the official investigation include loved ones of Ambassador Chris Stephens, Sean Smith, Ty Woods & Glen Doherty, high level Military Officials and many other concerned U.S. citizens.
The Open Letter was sent to Speaker Boehner shortly after The New York Times wrote an article on December 29, 2013 perpetuating the original, untrue story that the terrorist attack and murders in Benghazi were prompted by a YouTube Video. This article completely disregards all information revealed during the few Congressional Hearings from sworn testimony by State Department Officials and others. The New York Times Benghazi article neglected the fact that the assault on the consulate was an extremely wll-planned and executed terrorist attack, aimed specifically at U.S interests. Many believe The New York Times article was an attempt to pave the way for Secretary Clinton to be able to run for office in 2016.
The lack of action is negatively impacting this disjointed investigation and obtaining justice for Benghazi. Some allege the delays in the investigation come from the Obama Administration, which is worried that the cover-up following the attacks could lead to impeachment of President Obama.
Congress needs to act now on Benghazi before another scandal threatens to sweep it aside. The Administration shows no interest in revealing information, so it is the duty of Congress – and the American people – to insist on answers.
For 2014, we must maintain pressure to get answers on Benghazi and justice for those murdered.
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