Hearing Number Four: Hearing 4 Before the Select Committee on the Events Surrounding the 2012 Terrorist Attack in Benghazi, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourteenth Congress, First Session, Held in Washington, Dc, October 22, 2015 [open pdf - 13MB]
This hearing number four from October 22, 2015. Held before the House of Representatives Committee on the Events Surrounding the 2012 Terrorist Attack in Benghazi. From the opening statement of Trey Gowdy: "This committee is the first committee to review more than 50,000 pages of documents because we insisted that they be produced. This committee is the first committee to demand access to more eyewitnesses because serious investigations talk to as many eyewitnesses as possible. This committee is the first committee to thoroughly and individually interview scores of other witnesses, many of them for the first time. This committee is the first committee to review thousands of pages of documents from top State Department personnel. This committee is the first committee to demand access to relevant documents from the CIA, the FBI, the Department of Defense, even the White House. This committee is the first committee to demand access to the emails to and from Ambassador Chris Stevens. How could an investigation possibly be considered serious without reviewing the emails of the person most knowledgeable about Libya? This committee is the first committee, the only committee, to uncover the fact that Secretary Clinton exclusively used personal email on her own personal server for official business and kept the public record, including emails about Benghazi and Libya, in her own custody and control for almost two years after she left office."
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