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Here's a Look at the Benghazi Link to the NISSAN CEO

The FBI’s role
The emails also may lend credence to the administration’s assertion that the principle reason for the removal of the statement identifying some of the attackers as linked to al Qaeda was concern that it might impinge on the FBI’s criminal investigation.
Early in the process of developing the talking points Sept. 14, three days after the attacks, the CIA’s top attorney warned that, because of the ongoing FBI investigation, the agency had been instructed not to make assessments about who was behind the attack, even for internal consumption.

“Folks, I know there is a hurry to get this out,” CIA General Counsel Stephen W. Preston wrote in an email, but he cautioned care was required to “ascertain whether providing it conflicts with express instructions from NSS/DOJ/FBI that, in light of the criminal investigation, we are not to generate statements with assessments as to who did this etc. — even internally, let alone for public release.”

“NSS” is a reference to the White House National Security Staff, and DOJ to the Department of Justice.

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