Benghazi attack unclassified documents released
The House Armed Services Committee is releasing hundreds of pages of classified documents on the attack on the U.S.Compound in Benghazi. They feature testimony from several key senior military officials.
The September 11th, 2012 attack killed U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other Americans. In the testimony, senior military officials said there were general warnings about the possibility of terrorist attacks around the world because of the 9/11 Anniversary. But there were no discussions related to any specific threat in Libya. As a result, additional military assets were not deployed there.