Republicans Launch New Benghazi Investigation Website


Inside of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi after the attack on Sept. 11, 2012 / AP


House Republicans have created a new website containing all the unclassified information and findings from their continued investigation into the Benghazi terrorist attacks.

Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) announced the website,, in a press release on Wednesday, stressing the work that has been done by House committees to overcome being stonewalled by the White House.

"Shortly after the attack, Republicans asked the Obama administration to explain its actions, as well as the fact that publicly-available information consistently contradicted its characterization of events," said Boehner. "After being stonewalled, House committees began a serious, exhaustive, and deliberate investigation into what led up to this tragic event, what transpired, and why the White House refused – and still refuses – to tell the whole truth."

"While the White House continues to stonewall, we have established a new website––containing all of the unclassified information and findings from this investigation."

Boehner says that information will be added directly to the website as "the search for the truth continues."