Federal Law Officers Call for 'Watergate-style' Investigation into Benghazi
According to The Washington Free Beacon, more than 26,000 members of the Federal Law Enforcement Association (FLEOA) are calling for a "Watergate-style" investigation into what was and wasn't done when the U.S. consulate in Benghazi came under attack.
FLEOA "is the largest association of federal officers in America." And it has submitted a letter to Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA) in support of his efforts to push a bill creating a select committee.
FLEOA president Joe Adler says Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) officers are among the tens of thousands of members FLEOA. He said DSS officers--especially those wounded in Benghazi--"deserve the unwavering respect and commitment of our Congress."
According to Adler, emails and documents the administration has reluctantly released, and even the testimony of former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, "have proven insufficient in addressed numerous unanswered questions."
Adler believes Obama has been "stonewalling efforts to find the truth" to this point, and believes serious, investigatory hearings are needed now.