The internal review of the Benghazi terrorist attack that resulted in the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans is highly critical of the State Department --- but, typical for government work, no one is named as ultimately responsible and no one will be disciplined, much less loose there job.
From the Washington Times come the following excerpts:
The report also notes that "findings of unsatisfactory leadership performance by senior officials" in relation to security "should be a potential basis for discipline recommendations" in the future , but…..current state department personnel regulations protect incompetence.
Even though the findings were so egregious and the terrorist attacks resulted in the death of four diplomats, these gross failures will be "addressed through the performance management system" rather than through discipline.
In other words, a slap on the wrist – maybe a note buried in a personnel file. But, that's about it. Only in government work.
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