Three congressmen have sent an official request to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton requesting documents from the Benghazi attack. The Washington Free Beacon had the story on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013, Reps. Darrell Issa (R., Calif.), Edward Royce (R., Calif.), and Jason Chaffetz (R., Utah) have made very specific requests for documentation that was provided to the Accountability Review Board (ARB) but not made available to the Congressional committees.
The congressmen are asking for three specific types of documentation. Their first request involves all email, communications, or memorabilia sent by Secretary Clinton, her deputies, and their staff that are in any way related to "physical security platforms, security personnel staffing, security planning, and diplomatic security." This is pretty much a blanket request for documents regarding the Benghazi, Libya, embassy.
Secondly, the letter requests that Secretary of State Clinton provide the names and titles of every person interviewed by the ARB. All the interview materials are also requested. It is assumed that these interviews were done with the mysterious survivors of the Benghazi attack who have yet to be disclosed to the public or interviewed by the press.
The last and probably most important piece of documentation that Rep. Issa, Rep. Royce, and Rep Chaffetz are requesting is the video footage of the attack.
You can view the entire letter sent to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from Reps. Darrell Issa (R., Calif.), Edward Royce (R., Calif.), and Jason Chaffetz (R., Utah) by clicking here.
The Congressmen have asked for the documents to be electronically sent by Feb. 11, 2013.