700 Special Operators Demand Benghazi Investigation

Over 700 hundred retired and former special operators have signed a letter to Congress demanding an investigation into the Benghazi cover-up.  Urging support for the work of Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Virginia) – the group is urging Congress to support a congressional resolution, H. Res. 36, calling for the establishment of a special Congressional committee to investigate the Benghazi attack and the Obama administration’s handling of it in the weeks that followed. It’s an opportunity for a comprehensive investigation that connects all the dots, and holds people accountable.

From Kerry Pickett at BigPeace:

Seven hundred retired Military Special Operations professionals from the organization “Special Operations Speaks” sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging members to support H.Res 36, which will create a House Select Committee to investigate last September’s deadly terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.  

“It appears that many of the facts and details surrounding the terrorist attack which resulted in four American deaths and an undetermined number of American casualties have not yet been ascertained by previous hearings and inquiries,” the letter states. It continues further, “Additional information is now slowly surfacing in the media, which makes a comprehensive bipartisan inquiry an imperative. Many questions have not been answered thus far.” The letter puts forth over twenty unanswered questions the select committee should address. 

 The letter signed by the likes of former General Jerry Boykin and Medal of Honor recipient Mike Thorton can be read here.

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