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13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi | Summary and Analysis

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The controversy surrounding these attacks began as soon as news reports were known to the world. There are many questions that to this day still haven't been answered. Why were the pleas for more security not answered? Who is to blame for the lack of security at the compound? Were these security issues to blame for the deaths of Chris Stevens and Sean Smith? During the attack, why was the team at the annex held for so long? Would a quicker response have saved the lives of the fallen men? After the attacks, was there a cover-up by the State Department to hide who really was to blame for these attacks?

Obama and Clinton claim that the movie Innocence of Muslims, along with the already volatile situation in Benghazi, triggered the attacks. They denied any reports that al-Qaeda played any major role in orchestrating what happened. The Senate Intelligence Committee, which was part of the investigation, noted in its report that the situation could have been prevented had the State Department granted the requests for more security.

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