9/11 attack on the Benghazi consulate - the investigation
Thurs. morning, Oct. 4 -- more than 3 weeks after the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was attacked and 4 Americans were killed, including the U.S. Ambassador -- a team of FBI investigators arrived at the consulate to search through the wreckage. The grounds and the building had been unguarded since 9/11. Anyone and everyone had unlimited access.
The FBI team was there several hours then climbed back into their SUV's and left. They interviewed no one.
As of Oct. 5, according to Libyan officials, the FBI had not questioned anyone, including witnesses, and there was no indication that they would be returning.
On October 4 while the FBI made its trek and brief visit to the ruins of the consulate, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appointed a 5-member review board to investigate if the security at the consulate was adequate and whether proper procedures were followed before, during, and immediately after the attack.
After making her appointments to the review board, Secretary Clinton stressed that it will take time for the board to complete their inquiry.
Obviously. There will be no report before the November election.