The Senate Intelligence Committee has released a comprehensive report on the Benghazi attack finding the tragedy was “preventable” and the administration failed to respond to “ample” warnings that security was deteriorating before Sept. 11, 2012.
The report faulted the State and Defense departments. It also cited
the failure of the Obama administration to "bring the attackers to
Specifically, the report said the intelligence community provided
“ample strategic warning” that security in eastern Libya was
deteriorating and U.S. personnel “were at risk.” The report said
multiple “tripwires” were crossed signaling security problems, and the
Department should have increased its security posture in response.
The report also detailed a possible failed ambush, where attackers
tried to lure the CIA into the hospital where Ambassador Chris Stevens'
body was being held.
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