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A reporter takes notes as US Senators Joseph Lieberman, I-CT, Chairman, and Susan Collins,R-ME, Ranking Member, both of the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, deliver remarks to the media December 31, 2012, regarding the investigative report, ' Flashing Red: A Special Report On The Terrorist Attack At Benghazi.' The scathing report faults the US State Department for failing to provide security in light of mounting threats leading up to the assault. The report says the facility was woefully under-protected at a time when the region, according to a top department official, was 'flashing red' yet, security was not improved and there was no recommendation to close the compound. The report also placed fault with the White House and the Pentagon. AFP PHOTO/Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)
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A reporter takes notes as US Senators Joseph Lieberman, I-CT, Chairman, and Susan Collins,R-ME, Ranking Member, both of the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, deliver remarks to the media December 31, 2012, regarding the investigative report, ' Flashing Red: A Special Report On The Terrorist Attack At Benghazi.' The scathing report faults the US State Department for failing to provide security in light of mounting threats leading up to the assault. The report says the facility was woefully under-protected at a time when the region, according to a top department official, was 'flashing red' yet, security was not improved and there was no recommendation to close the compound. The report also placed fault with the White House and the Pentagon. AFP PHOTO/Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)
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