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The effort to get to the bottom of what happened before during and after the -- Ghazi terror attacks is picking up steam again tonight.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge is here with specifics can you -- We'll think -- -- after the deposition of ambassador Thomas Pickering co chair of the state department's been Ghazi investigation.
The senior Democrat on the house government oversight committee Elijah Cummings told reporters that he expects Pickering to testify on Capitol Hill within two weeks.
I think the public's.
Wouldn't benefit greatly from hearing will be necessary.
-- reporters he was reserving his answers for the deposition.
Republicans questioned why Pickering did not interview then secretary of state Hillary Clinton for the State Department investigation known as an accountability review board.
Or they are being in early may S State Department whistle blower told lawmakers.
That ambassador Cris Stevens who was killed in the attack.
-- Clinton's personal goal was to establish a permanent operation and -- Ghazi and Pickering was told about it.
Yes I did tell the accountability review board that.
Secretary Clinton -- and wanted -- post made permanent.
Ambassador Pickering was surprised.
The committee's Republican chairman Darrell -- it did not take reporters' questions today after the deposition.
And -- there's other news today.
Senior lawmaker calling for the administration to release more of those.
Bin Laden documents we've done that stored before and that's very district House Intelligence Committee is doing a deep dive in the -- document.
Question why only seventeen or public.
We need to have that extra set of eyes.
Scrutinizing this information -- coming to a conclusion about where were they going did we miss something is there something we can be doing better.
To try to Conner there growth industry of al-Qaeda affiliates around the world.
After the raid Pakistan two years ago senior administration official said the documents mostly on some drives and CDs.
Amounted to a small college library Fox News is confirmed at least two reviews were done.
Well by the CIA and the second by military intelligence generating more than 400 intelligence reports.
Which appears to undercut claims that bin Laden was no longer relevant -- And US intelligence officials are saying their possibly hundreds of thousands of those documents and we've seen seventeen that's correct.
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