House Holds Hearing On Benghazi Consulate Attacks

Four State Department officials have been subpoenaed in the ongoing investigation into last year’s terror attack on the Benghazi diplomatic post, with Rep. Darrell Issa saying the department was stalling on allowing them to be interviewed.

Issa, chairman of the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee, identified the four officials as Eric Boswell, who was assistant secretary at the Bureau of Diplomatic Security; Scott Bultrowicz, director of the Diplomatic Security service; Elizabeth Dibble, former principal deputy assistant secretary at the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs; and her boss, Elizabeth Jones, the bureau’s acting assistant secretary, reports The Washington Times.