Hillary's scapegoat for Benghazi speaks

You may not have heard of Raymond Maxwell, former deputy assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs. For reasons that are still unknown, he was fired along with 3 other diplomats in the aftermath of the Benghazi attack. Maxwell has never been given an explantion and says he had absolutely nothing to do with security decisions that resulted in the death of Ambassador Stevens. The other three department officials let go were involved in diplomatic security. Maxwell has broken his silence and talked to Josh Rogin: "The overall goal is to restore my honor," said Maxwell, who has now filed grievances regarding his treatment with the State Department's human resources bureau and the American Foreign Service Association, which represents the interests of foreign-service officers. The other three officials placed on leave were in the diplomatic security bureau, leaving Maxwell as the only official in the bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA), which had responsibility for...(Read Full Post)