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And it's time now for another look at -- talking and brand new developments out of Libya.
Letters obtained exclusively by Fox News appear to show the State Department refused to get involved when the company in charge of protecting US consulate and then Ghazi.
-- security concerns the letters document a dispute between.
Blue mountain -- and security license holder.
And its operations partner blue mountain UK.
That trained and provided local -- a source telling Fox News that the security firm actually felt that the level of security that was provided by the locals at the consulate.
Was quote sub standard it also described the situation there as unworkable.
Reports also show that when the Libyans tried to bring in an American contractor in order to attempt to improve security there.
Well as State Department contract officer actually shot -- down the weekly standard's Stephen Hayes too is also a Fox News contributor.
Spoke about the seriousness of the developments last night on special report with -- of us.
It's significant I mean we do find more and more details coming out that are problematic for the administration and suggest that we weren't getting the entire story.
From the administration from the outset -- -- Susan Rice and others just Susan Rice.
Of course suggesting that he and the -- -- of the consulate was as well secured as it could have been -- there were.
Not only -- -- contractors on the ground to provide security for the ambassador for that the building itself.
But many members -- -- made it sound like a big team and it appears increasingly.
But that's not the case but we've also learned to other things in the past 36 hours that I think.
Present additional problems one we've heard about this intercept this telephone intercept.
Between members of al-Qaeda linked groups.
How about the attack and we noted that intercept that that phone call took place immediately after the attack and that the administration had access to -- very quickly after the attack.
So the question is if they knew that if they had access to that information so quickly after the attack.
Why wasn't it shared with the American people and finally we have the Astro com commander the top.
-- general in Africa who oversees this Carter -- Told reporters in July -- that the United States hadn't done nearly enough to degrade the growing threat from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb which is al-Qaeda.
In Libya he was saying that back in July -- should have been raising alarm bells in Washington at the time.
And -- congressman Jason chase -- and also members of the oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Claimed that multiple pleas for more protection were denied by the US government.
They've now sent a letter to Hillary Clinton demanding answers there's also hearing next week --
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