Embassy Attacks

Part of Benghazi Video to Be Declassified

45-minute video includes images from unmanned drone over consulate

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The head of US intelligence intends to declassify parts of a video showing the deadly attack on the US mission in Benghazi, Libya, according to a congressman briefed by him on Friday.

Lawmakers in closed-door intelligence briefings this week saw a 45-minute video that included images from an unmanned drone over the US consulate in Benghazi, where a September 11 attack led to the deaths of four Americans.

Republican Howard McKeon, chairman of the House Armed Service Committee, told reporters that Director of National Intelligence James Clapper plans "to declassify it to get it out so that everybody in the public can see it.

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