Skip to comments.Darrell Issa: House Oversight Committee to depose Pickering and Mullen over Benghazi
Posted on 05/12/2013 12:11:33 PM PDT by smoothsailing
May 12, 2013
Darrell Issa reports that the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, which he chairs, will depose Ambassador Thomas Pickering and Admiral Mike Mullen over Benghazi....
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The chickens have come home to roost...get out the popcorn.
Issa for speaker!
Will they be under oath?
I wish the ‘stand down’ order would take precedence over the talking points. SEALs’ Doherty and Woods were murdered as a result of the stand down order.
I wonder how many affairs Mullen has holding him in check. I know. I am terribly cynical and should not say things about a man I do not know and whose character is above reproach as evidenced by the position he served in.
Drip drip drip.
No keep him as oversight chair and don’t distract him with other business.
What about the other generals that were demoted and hidden away somewhere?
They are being deposed. A deposition is typically given under oath.
more drip, drip, drip......
It’s impressive that this process is being handled thoughtfully and methodically by Chm. Issa. Only a matter of time before the stand down order will be addressed.
Anyone wanting on or off this ping list, please advise.
are they going to be put under oath???
The usurper will never take the hit. Some low level azz kisser will take it.
Will they be under oath?
I understand that Pickering was on one of the Sunday talk programs oozing some . . . . spin. I think this deposition has probably been in the works, but I can’t help but hope that there was something Pickering oozed that contradicts what Issa knows is the truth.
I agree with what you say though. There seems to be careful method being employed.
Interesting re the fact that Admiral Mike retired about a year before the Obozo/Clintoon thugs allowed the murder of 4 Americans in Benghazi.
Military Bids Farewell to Navy Adm. Mike Mullen - United States ...
http://www.defense.gov/home/features/2011/0911_mullen-farewell/ - 30k - Cached - Similar pages
Sep 26, 2011 ... Military Bids Farewell to Adm. Mike Mullen, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff ... who did not shrink from duty when duty sent them into harm’s way.” ... at his retirement ceremony, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said that America can ill ...
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