Questions Linger About What Two Slain Ex-Navy SEALs Were Doing in Libya
This morning on America's Newsroom, Martha MacCallum delved further into the growing mystery about what two ex-Navy SEALs were doing in Libya before they were killed in a Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.
Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods were killed along with Ambassador Chris Stevens and diplomat Sean Smith. The Obama administration has
been vague about their roles in Libya, only saying they were doing private security.
Fox News has also learned that the ex-SEALs were not in Libya specifically to protect Stevens and on the night of the attack they were actually in a separate location outside the consulate. The attackers appear to have known about that location.
Check out Martha's interview with Mike Ritland, a former Navy SEAL and friend of Glen Doherty.