Fox News has an account of the timeline in the Benghazi attack and the US response. It raises a ton of questions. We already know that in the months leading up to 9-11, the mission in Libya had requested enhanced security for Benghazi several times only to be turned down. Now the administration, State Department and Department of Defense need to answer the basic question: Could we have saved any one's lives in Benghazi? It is believed that Ambassador Stevens and Sean Smith died at the Consulate in the initial phase. It is also believed that the two ex Navy Seals died some 7 hours later at the annex a mile away while firing their machine guns.
Putting politics aside, we owe it to them and their families to have a full and honest investigation.