Fox News’ Chad Pergram reported last night that a new batch of documents on the Benghazi, Libya, terrorist attacks had been delivered to the Senate Intelligence Committee earlier in the week, albeit with whole pages of text redacted. A second request brought forth more complete documents, and CBS News’ Sharyl Attkisson tweeted tonight that among those papers might be the long-sought transcripts of the FBI’s interviews with survivors of the attack.
As Pergram’s source suggested, the documents also include emails sent back and forth regarding the administration’s evolving “talking points” — which reportedly included a change from “attack” to “demonstration” — along with messages sent back and forth between Libya and Washington.
Senators have yet to review the documents, though.
Yes, serious questions still remain.