It is now clear the Obama administration attempted to mislead the American people about the nature of the attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Now we need to know who made the decision that prevented the rescue group from going to Benghazi. It is possible this decision cost the lives of one or more of the four Americans who were murdered. It is doubtful this decision was made by someone in the lower chain of military command.
Also, there seems to be a lot of disagreement expressed by former military personnel about the administration's claim there were no military assets available that might have made a difference in the outcome that night.
Why is it wrong, as the administration claims, to want to get answers to the many remaining questions?