Sunday, May 19, 2013

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association Demand Benghazi Investigation Be Re-opened


May 17, 2013

The Honorable Frank R. Wolf
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Congressman Wolf:

On behalf of the 26,000 members of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA), the largest non‐partisan professional association representing federal officers, I am writing to memorialize our support for H. Res. 36. In light of the recent testimony of three State Department witnesses, including a DSS Special Agent, it is imperative that a bipartisan Select Committee on the Terrorist Attack in Benghazi be formed immediately.

The production of 1,000 documents by the State Department and the Administration, as well as the testimony of former Secretary Clinton, has proven insufficient in addressing numerous unanswered questions. When the questions involve the fatalities of two heroic SEALS, as well as the injuries of brave DSS Special Agents, every government resource should be committed towards answering them. We don't kick heroes under the carpet because we find an investigative inquiry administratively inconvenient.

In supporting this measure, I would expect full bipartisan cooperation of both parties, and save the sticks and stones feuding for trivial matters. We have grieving family members and a seriously injured DSS Special Agent that deserve the unwavering respect and commitment of our Congress. Our heroes didn't take pause while confronting fatal risk. Congress should not take pause in confronting the need to properly investigate this matter.

Respectfully yours,

J. Adler
J. Adler National President Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association
Office 202‐367‐8923
Cell 24/7 "Representing America's Finest"

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