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Stunning new details in the main bank Ghazi console -- attacks that left four Americans dead on 9/11 last year.
In an interview with Fox News -- -- James Rosen secretary of state John Kerry.
Says he spoke with they survivor.
Of the deadly attack something no one has apparently been able to do in the six months since it happened -- here.
Two quick questions are questions on -- -- sir if you would first.
What can we not heard from any of the Bengals -- survivors.
Well -- and it.
I can't tell you the answer that I can tell you that I visited was one of the survivors.
At Bethesda hospital who is -- remarkably courageous person who's doing very very well and I've called his wife and talk to her.
James Rosen is on the phone now with us from cutter where he is traveling with the secretary of state James.
Megan thanks for running the clip it was interesting to hear the secretary disclosed that visit to Walter Reed and is that it would one of the Pentagon these survivors -- took place.
On the first weekend in February just before his first day on the job which would have been I think -- February pork.
At the State Department Fox News on that -- reported based on our interviews with eyewitnesses that the secretary has been there.
They -- wasn't too pleased about it but now he has disclosed that himself.
And and and it was interesting to hear him say two other he had made the call to the -- of that individual -- -- and this is an issue which were gonna get into in a minute because there congressman who want to who are just now learning about the existence of these.
Of these survivors and and now requesting a -- staff secretary Kerry that they be given access and haven't yet received their spots but you know the secretary -- seeing now James talking about how he went visited them.
Get to that in a minute -- first I want to ask you James.
You asked him about the search for suspects in this attack -- the LA times at a big headline out today talking about how this investigation.
Is going painfully slowly.
Look -- any law enforcement or counterterrorism officer would tell you that.
The longer the passage of time after a given event that's being investigated the less likely it is.
That the perpetrators of the crime or terrorist attack in question will be brought to justice this is exactly the issue I -- with secretary --
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