On March 11, Americans will reflect on the events in Benghazi which took the lives of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other brave Americans – Six months later, we still don’t have their version of the events that took place that day nor do we a complete picture of events of the terrorists attack. Now, members of Congress are asking why President Obama and the White House hiding the are hiding the survivors and want to know when Congress can interview them. From Fox News:
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told Fox News on Wednesday that he spoke to a “handful of people” when he visited Libya shortly after the attack but has struggled to gain access to the survivors ever since.
“We want talk to the survivors — they won’t do that. And then the president has the gall to go on television and say ‘oh, we’re providing all the access’? Baloney. Bull-crap. That is not happening.”
Estimates of how many Americans were injured in the Libya assault vary.
Reps. Frank Wolf, R-Va., and Jim Gerlach, R-Pa., claim sources have told them up to 30 were injured, and up to seven may still be at Walter Reed. “Several may have required amputations,” they wrote in a letter to colleagues last week.
A source close to the survivors, though, told Fox News that seven were injured – not 30 – and that at least three are still at Walter Reed. Another may be recovering in California. The source said one of the injured underwent a partial leg amputation. Another is suffering from smoke inhalation and possible brain injury.