The Administration's official position on the events that took place in Benghazi on September 11 of last year have been called back into question following the emotional testimonies of a number of eye-witnesses to the attacks, including that of Gregory Hicks, the former deputy chief of mission in Libya, and Eric Nordstrom, a former regional security officer in Libya. Both of them choked up as they recounted the events that left U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.
Officially, this was all owing to an uproar over a Muslim-slamming YouTube video, but both Hicks and Nordstrom said that the effort was a coordinated terrorist attack that they had warned the Pentagon about. For their part, the Pentagon maintains that they did everything in their power to save every American in Libya. So, the question remains about who, if anyone, should be held accountable for a breakdown in communication and security, whether or not there was any serious coverup, and who is politicizing what for their own gain ... Discuss