New Benghazi Indictment: Computers With Classified Info Were Stolen
The indictment of a Libyan militant for the Sept. 11, 2012 Benghazi attack confirms that computers with classified information were stolen from the U.S. consulate.
Catherine Herridge reported on "America's Newsroom" that the State Department suggested to Fox News this morning that the information on the computers was not a big deal.
"The indictment clearly states the computers had location information on the CIA annex in Benghazi and that is a classified site," she noted.
You might remember Catherine reporting on these missing computers over the summer. At that time the State Department downplayed it, saying "no classified information was compromised."
Herridge said she has learned that Libyans who worked for the US consulate in Benghazi were threatened via text message.
Her sources believe their contact information was found on the stolen computers.
Watch her full report on the indictment of Ahmed Abu Khatallah above and read more at FoxNews.com.