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Whistle-blowers: Rescue requests denied in Libya attack

5:13 PM, May 7, 2013
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Revelations from State Department "whistle-blowers" on the Benghazi terror attack that killed a U.S. ambassador and others will show that requests for military rescue were turned down and that the White House was immediately aware that the CIA concluded the Libyan attackers were linked to al-Qaeda.

Documents released by various congressional committees and excerpts of interviews provided by the House oversight committee appear to contradict descriptions of the Sept. 11 event as provided by the Pentagon, the White House and then-secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Among ...

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