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-- -- -- -- Thank you apps in the unclassified version of the -- Gaza report done by the hair be used heavy in the classified version.
It's not very different then unclassified version all the basic facts are -- unclassified version or some additional facts about.
-- access to some classified.
Sources stuff but basically that's it.
Are you satisfied we've learned anything from this -- because frankly.
In the conclusion of it lax security at think finding ten people -- our consulates in good sign that our security blacks don't need the review.
I think the good news is at least there -- admitting that there were serious errors man.
But on the other side of the -- There's really nothing in there that we didn't know right away within days when that for example the head of the Libyan national campus simply said this was al-Qaeda.
-- the fact is the station chief reported back that this was al-Qaeda.
And we knew -- not very long period of time -- security lapses which obviously as you say.
We're had to have happened otherwise for people would have done it.
Is there anything new you learned from the report we thank him because.
I am critical of airport because the two who are charged but didn't go to Ben Ghazi anytime you even like fundamental investigation of murder she knew going you look to see -- this we understand it.
Did you learn anything new from the sports.
I did not know and I also like to emphasize are so many unanswered questions in this report for example.
Why was the initial reporting correct and then somehow.
Changed afterwards for example why -- they are not unique.
American Department of Defense military assets anywhere nearby on September 11 at even though there have been.
These serious warnings according to what information we have there was no aircraft or any ability to intervene over a seven hour period and by the way.
Two of those who were killed murdered it was in the last hour.
What was the president doing what's the president never notified of all these security problems in that console and and then got -- What was the president doing during the seven hour period.
Was he notified was he engaged you've seen plenty of pictures of them all watching the raid that took out and Latin.
There there are so many additional questions why -- why work out talking points changed.
To the degree.
That the whole thrust of the message was changed in other words if classified information more added -- talking points and investor -- -- It gives an entirely different view of the causes.
And the bumps.
The allegation that this was some spontaneous.
Demonstrations sparked by -- hateful Lydia.
We talk about the seven -- -- back up a little bit and maybe this is in the classified version not mine but my colleague Catherine Herridge.
Reported about an emergency meeting on August 15 followed by a cable on August 16.
In which -- cable it says they cannot defend against a coordinated attack.
And it's and in this classified -- -- Catherine Herridge reported.
There -- -- Islamic militias and al-Qaeda training camps in the area it and that hasn't noticed that there -- Big problems and that we should get our military assets ready because this consulates in deep deep security -- I don't know what it is.
That is all true and in addition to that the last cable.
That ambassador Chris Stephenson.
Was his concerns about the lack of security.
There's a long history of denial.
Warning and denial of assets or understanding of the threat.
Posed by the al-Qaeda elements and other militant elements that were there in.
In the guys see so.
Look hey it's.
The whole reason why we had the 9/11 commission wants to prevent this stove piping you know not sharing of information.
Why was not information shared.
-- allegations sort information concerning.
Al al-Qaeda and militia outfits ten of them right in the area there have been guys see there's so many questions.
That are involved here.
And did isn't just the State Department its executive branch and it's also the Department of Defense.
It and it -- -- second zero dark thirty is the new movie out about the bin Laden kill.
-- you've written a letter to the chairman CEO of Sony Pictures along with senators.
Carl Levin and Dianne Feinstein Democrats and lack wire and the three of you writing.
The CEO of the of Sony who.
-- watch this film and it shows very brutal interrogation tactics being used by the CIA interrogator.
It also shows extensive water boarding.
The people that -- -- holding.
Major factor in obtaining information about the whereabouts and -- specifically.
That have been working for bin -- the fact issues.
That no information according to that former CIA director Leon the net.
No information that was useful to them in tracking down bin Laden was result of torture.
Khalid Sheikh Mohamed known as -- him.
When he was water bordered and there was some -- 134.
Times or something.
Incredible he stated that this courier have retired in other words they're not only didn't get.
Good information from these techniques of waterboarding and torture they got bad information so.
What do you want the CEO to do at this point what can I want to well we showed -- did displeasure and I think they should acknowledge that they were -- given wrong information about they had a lot of access to the CIA fact.
One of -- there's there's an investigation going on in about some of the information that they used.
And clearly I think they got to slam.
Those who are defending.
In my view what is unconscionable and that is torturing people when emphasize to you -- That's when it gets around the world that the United States of America tortures people.
Any information that we could gain from doing that if we ever did it.
Harms the image of the United States far more than the value of any information -- -- Senator there's -- report says from.
The State Department that secretary of state Hillary Clinton will testified and Gaza before the middle of January there's been some criticism.
About whether or not she has a compassion not I believe -- had a concussion what do you think.
I know that it in my view.
Secretary Clinton when she said she -- full responsibility.
She certainly has a lot of responsibility for what happened in the guys see.
That's that we the report made that very clear.
But I must say I have never seen Secretary Clinton backed down from a fight.
And I've never seen her back down I -- I and believe.
That she is now not physically well enough to testify.
And she will testify -- Madeleine Chang.