Lawmakers Pushing For More Investigation Into Benghazi Attacks

Some lawmakers are pushing for more investigation into the Benghazi attack. Senator Lindsey Graham believes survivors are being asked to keep quiet.

Details about the September 11 Benghazi terrorist attack continue to emerge as we learn that three diplomatic security agents and a state department contractor who were among the injured may be being asked not to talk." Republican Senator Lindsey Graham tells Fox News the injured survivors have been 'told to be quiet' he says the house should investigate.

Graham said: "I will hold up the business of the Senate until we get the survivors on record. I have talked to a couple and their story is chilling. They are scared to death to come forward without some institutional support."

The ranking member, of the house intelligence committee says it is still too early to say whether they will investigate.

When asked about the survivors, Press Secretary Jay Carney said he is sure the White House is not preventing anyone from speaking. The state department is also in talks with the survivors.

The attack killed four Americans including Ambassador Chris Stevens. One man suspected of being involved in the deadly attacks is being detained.



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