I'm happy to hear this because if we had just let the ambassador die by denying him help that would have been unforgivable. I think in the future the consulates should also be better protected. That could be difficult since a consulate is usually just a house. They aren't near as secure as a embassy. Especially that monstrosity we have in Iraq.The Friday report by the Republican-led House Select Committee on Intelligence found no intelligence failure prior to the attacks, no evidence that the White House told the military to stand down during the attack and no evidence that the CIA was involved in related arms shipments. The report did, however, find that the consulate was inadequately protected.
House GOP report debunks Benghazi conspiracy theories - AOL.com
Among its findings, the report says CIA personnel responded not just well, but heroically; that there was no "stand down" order, as some critics have claimed; there was no intimidation of witnesses by superiors; there was no intelligence failure prior to the attack; and that a "mixed group" of individuals, including some linked to al Qaeda, participated in the attack.
House Intelligence Committee's Benghazi Report Torches Conspiracy Theories