Monday, December 31, 2012

U.S. Senate Report Critical Of The State Department, White House, And Pentagon For The Benghazi Disaster

Senate Report Widens Fault For Benghazi Failures -- Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—The State Department and Pentagon had no viable way to rescue Americans in Benghazi, Libya, falling short of their responsibility to develop plans to evacuate U.S. citizens, according to the first bipartisan congressional investigation of the Sept. 11 assault.

The Senate report, like a study by an independent review board in December, was harshly critical of the State Department for failing to recognize and respond to security risks before four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador, were killed. But the new Senate report also spreads the blame more widely, finding fault with the Pentagon and White House.

The report is due to be released on Monday by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. The Wall Street Journal reviewed a copy on Sunday.

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More News On The U.S. Senate Report On The Benghazi Consulate Attack

Senate report faults State Department, intelligence on Benghazi -- Reuters
Senate committee report on Benghazi terrorist attack faults State Department -- FOX News
‘Grevious’ U.S. Mistake to Have Kept Open Libya Outpost -- Bloomberg Businessweek
Report blames poor security, inadequate response in Benghazi attack -- CNN
Congressional report lambastes security at US Consulate in Benghazi -- NBC
Senate report on Benghazi hits State Department -- Washington Times
Senate report knocks State on Benghazi -- Politico

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