So these are the 4 things I learned from watching the Benghazi hearing.
1. Ambassador Stevens called former deputy chief of mission in Libya Gregory Hicks saying that the Embassy was “under attack” just before the cell phone call was disrupted.
2. Ambassador Stevens was taken to an enemy hospital.
3. The crime scene was not secured and the FBI was not allowed to go in for 17 days. This was the direct result of UN Ambassador from the US Susan Rice and her statement that the attack was actually a protest over an anti-Muslim YouTube video. She essentially called the president of Libya a liar for calling the incident a terror attack, embarrassing and infuriating him.
4. Lieutenant Colonel Gibson is the man that knows who gave the order to stand down during the attack.
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re: #2. The ambassador was pretty well pan fried before he got taken anywhere. Sadly, what he needed was good insurance.