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Transparency: White House Refusing to Release Benghazi Situation Room Photos

Pistol Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 4:40 PM
q16penn, your stinking lies are too much. Weaver never shot anyone. An FBI agent was shot by a house guest, in a confused confrontqation taking place after Weaver's dog and son were shot by FBI agents. Weaver's wife was shot later while holding a baby. Weaver was compensated by the government with a multi million dollar settlement for the illegal murder of his wife by a rogue agent who ignored rules of engagement.
MudontheTires Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 5:42 PM
And in addition: The Judge in the civil case took the unprecidented step of excoriating the Feds in Court for their behavior throughout the Ruby Ridge incident.

If America dodn't have a bunch of criminals running the Executive Branch at the time, a bunch of Federal Agents would have been looking at prison time.

Nearly three months after the lethal terrorist attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, the Obama Adminstration continues to pay lip service to transparency, but refuses to deliver. CBS News has requested a number of photos and documents that might provide a better idea of what, exactly, happened at the White House on September 11, 2012, but the administration won't cooperate.

CBS News first requested the images on Oct. 31. In the past, the White House has released photos showing US officials during national security incidents. A half dozen images related to the mission that captured and...