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-- identities have been kept under wraps for months known only to a handful of high powered attorneys and government officials.
And now breaking news in the big -- investigation today Fox News has learned.
The names of the three big -- whistle blowers who will be testifying at a high profile congressional hearing set for next week.
These three men will be challenging the official review board that investigated the attacks saying and they were not allowed to offer up what they -- About that fateful day.
Hello everybody I'm Uma Pemmaraju in Washington Molly Henneberg is leading off this hour with the break.
-- -- these three men are going to tell their stories Wednesday before a house committee two of them have not been heard from publicly before now.
And -- been much back and forth this week between congressional Republicans and the Obama administration.
Other whether these three have been prevented from telling their stories to congress.
This time around anyway one of -- Eric Norstrom was the top security officer in Libya in the months leading up to the bank -- attack.
He has spoken publicly last fall when he told congress that he and others had asked the state department for more security for the bank the consulate.
And where he says turn down.
But he -- more information that he wants to tell congress.
Two other men who described themselves as -- got the whistle blowers.
-- Gregory hicks the second highest ranking US diplomats in Libya at the time of the attacks and Mark Thompson.
A State Department counterterrorism official.
The Republican committee chairman Darrell ice -- put out a statement today saying that his committee also may hear from additional witnesses.
I suspect -- Our committee has been contacted by numerous other individuals who have direct knowledge of the bank Gaza terrorist attack.
That are not yet prepared to testify.
In many cases their principal reticence of appearing in public is there concern of retaliation.
At the hands of their respective employers.
The Obama administration was peppered with questions this week about whether the White House for the State Department -- trying to silence and then got to survivors.
But the White House insisted that anyone who wants to testify before congress is welcomed him.
They got -- the happened a long time ago.
We are unaware of any agency blocking an employee who would like to appear before congress to provide information related thing does -- It was earlier this week and now we have the names of the men this have been a closely guarded secret in Washington who will provide that information on Wednesday.
Anna Molly thank you very much in the.
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