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These emails are raising questions about why the administration repeatedly claimed.
That was all a result of a spontaneous protest because we are now told that about 400 look at the names on this.
Who receive these emails in real time the first one sent out about 4 PM -- turned.
On September the eleventh here's a quote from it the regional security officer reports the diplomatic mission is under attack.
Embassy Tripoli reports approximately twenty armed people fired shots.
Explosions have been heard as well ambassador Stephens who is currently in -- -- And for chief of mission personnel are in the compound safe payment.
The seventeenth of February militia is providing security support.
So that is just one of the -- chief intelligence correspondent.
-- now in Washington live with us and good morning -- you explain the significance.
Of the emails that -- now saying.
Well thank you bill and good morning these new documents first obtained by fox appear to be among the most significant we've seen to date on the -- stand -- As the email traffic takes the real time information on the attack.
And of those suspected of being responsible inside the White House situation room.
This brings the national security advisor Tom O'Donnell in the Director of National Intelligence the nation's most senior intelligence official James clapper.
And White House counterterrorism advisor John Brennan into the loop as they would be cleared in on this traffic.
Donnelly -- clapper and the CIA director David Petraeus have been noticeably absent in the press reporting on the White House assessment of Ben Ghazi.
The four career intelligence -- military professionals would have been the obvious choice.
Not ambassador rice to address the attack on the Sunday talk shows one email sounds the alarm that a group called -- Al Sharia was behind the attack quote.
Embassy Tripoli reports the group claimed responsibility on FaceBook and Twitter.
And has called for an attack on embassy Tripoli.
This morning the spokesman for the National Security Council Tommy Peter replied.
In a rather testy emails that this was more of the same and at the emails about the attack in real time did not amount to intelligence assessments.
OK so there is someone in custody at least one person that we know what are we learning about this suspect -- Although the ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee telling fox that the suspect is in custody.
But significantly that US authorities are being tonight access to them this member of the group on -- Al Sharia.
We don't know very much about him because we have not been able to have access to him and that's one of the problems with the policy of this administration.
We need the Turks did take possession of him but they've weren't prepared let us have any access.
And didn't and now that they've turned him over to the two nations.
Hope maybe eventually we will but.
At this point in time we've not had access.
The suspect is described to fox -- a Tunisian.
By the name of Ali on the Al -- Z he is described as a suspected participant and not a commander.
Of this assault but again he is someone who is put at the scene based on his comments to a very close circle.
Of contacts I'm trying to piece all this together Catherine thank you trip for pretty -- -- -- -- -- -- the -- -- -- --
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