Let's see now...<quoted text>You don't know enough about the subject to be taken seriously.
Numerous sites? LMAO
There were several state department employees who could be subpoenaed__the rest (approx 21) were CIA operatives and contractors.
Scott Smith was right there with Stevens and Smith when the main building was assaulted__where's he at?
Why won't Issa issue the subpoenas?
Could it be this administration is stonewalling the investigations?
CNN (August 1, 2013)- After ignoring requests for months, the State Department has left no alternative but to issue subpoenas for documents relevant to our investigation,” Issa said in a statement.“State Department tactics to delay and impede accountability have exhausted the Committee’s patience. Further subpoenas may also be necessary if the Department is not forthcoming on other requests.
...or perhaps the State Department, a.k.a. John Kerry, is not willing to cooperate?
The Hill (September 10, 2013)- The chairman of the Oversight panel, which is leading the Benghazi investigation, threatened Tuesday to subpoena Americans wounded in the terror attack.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) wrote to Secretary of State John Kerry, giving him until Sept. 24 to make the witnesses available. The State Department has said it wouldn't force recalcitrant employees to talk to lawmakers but Issa pointed out that several have talked to media outlets and were interviewed by the State Department's independent panel investigation Benghazi last year.
...yes, I believe that's it.