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JW Gets Map of Military Fleet Positions During Benghazi Attack

The U.S. military had a multitude of forces in the region surrounding Libya when terrorists attacked the Special Mission in Benghazi and murdered four Americans, according to an unclassified Navy map obtained by Judicial Watch this week. The map features the Navy fleet positions in the North Africa Area of…

Outrage Over Republican Leadership Compels Release of Benghazi Docs

It’s no coincidence that, days after prominent conservatives—including Judicial Watch—and family members of Benghazi victims demanded action and accountability, House leaders released classified files documenting the Obama administration’s lies and cover-up involving the terrorist attack. On September 11, 2012 Islamic jihadists raided the U.S. Special Mission in

Obama Parole Board Frees Al Qaeda Terrorist, Bin Laden Guard From Gitmo

The Al Qaeda terrorist—Osama Bin Laden’s bodyguard—determined to be “too dangerous to be released” from Guantanamo just a few years ago will be freed from the military prison because President Obama’s new parole board found he no longer poses a “significant threat to the United States.” The shocking about-face comes…

Boehner’s Benghazi Inaction May Be Over “Guilty Knowledge,” Damage to Political Position

Is John Boehner dodging a legitimate, thorough and coordinated investigation of the Benghazi terrorist attack because it will damage his political position as House Speaker? Or, is he passive and inactive because he got briefed on the intelligence and special operations in Libya as a member of the “Super 8?”…

JW Gets Docs: State Dept. Ordered Benghazi Security Co. to Dodge Media

Days after terrorists attacked the U.S. mission in Benghazi, a State Department official ordered an executive at the security company charged with protecting the special compound not to respond to media inquiries, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch. The order was delivered via electronic mail and it’s part of…

Judicial Watch Gets Benghazi Security Contract from State Dept.

The State Department paid an inexperienced and virtually unknown foreign company $794,264 for nearly 50,000 guard hours to protect the U.S. mission in Benghazi, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch. Media outlets have reported an estimated amount of around $783,000 to $783,284 based on “miscellaneous” federal contract data, but…

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