Updated! Petraeus Mistress Claim Of Benghazi Prison Is Denied By CIA; Feinstein (D-CA) Wants Answers

By | November 12, 2012

( UPDATE VIDEO BELOW~ FOX News Jennifer Griffin confirms Broadwell’s claim that the CIA Annex held prisoners.  Griffin reports their sources from on the ground in Benghazi indeed confirmed the taking and holding of prisoners, Libya militia and possibly others from the Middle East. CIA still denying this claim)

On October 26, 2012, Paula Broadwell appeared at the University of Denver for a presentation in which she claims

Now I don’t know if a lot of you heard this, but the CIA annex had actually had taken a couple of Libya militia members prisoner. And they think that the attack on the consulate was an effort to try to get these prisoners back. So that’s still being vetted.

Reports came out Sunday from Arutz Sheva, an Israeli news outlet, first published a partial transcript of Broadwell’s speech.  By late Sunday night news agencies were reporting and tweeting

CIA adamant that Broadwell claims about agency holding prisoners at Benghazi are not true.

— Greg Miller (@gregpmiller) November 12, 2012

This is just the latest in the Petraeus shocker that came Friday November 9th, 2012, when he resigned citing and extra martial affair.  Speculation surrounds this Broadwell disclosure of the CIA Annex/ Prisoner allegation, which seems to be false, could have led the CIA to push for resignation.  Questions are swirling of the “way” in which Broadwell came upon said information.  What is clear, there is far more to this story, something is just not adding up.  According to CNN, Petraeus was in Libya in the last 2 weeks, conducting his own investigation. Now, Petraeus is not slated to testify, although Congressman have alluded to the possibility if said investigation on November 15th “requires” it.  Diane Feinstein talks about the upcoming hearings, and her disappointment the FBI did not update the House Intelligence Committee regarding Petraeus.


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