Former CIA official, Mike Morell, to testify in public on April 2 on Benghazi terrorist attacks
A former CIA deputy director, Michael Morell, will testify again before the House Intelligence Committee about the terrorist attacks on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, this time in open session, the intelligence committee’s chairman, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), announced on April 1.
Morell has twice testified before the Committee on this topic in closed sessions.
“The Committee seeks to gain additional information from Mr. Morell about his role in the development of the Benghazi talking points and in shaping the Administration’s public narrative of the terrorist attack,” said a press advisory issued by the Committee.
The hearing, entitled, The Benghazi Talking Points and Michael Morell’s Role in Shaping the Administration’s Narrative, will take place in room HVC-210 between 10 and 11 AM, said the committee’s notice.