The CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya In eight months since an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi left four Americans dead, a Republican-led investigation has focused on potential missteps by the White House — and come away with nothing significant. There has been little attention given, however, to covert actions by the Central Intelligence Agency that were partially uncovered during the September 11, 2012 attack. That may be changing. CNN's Jake Tapper argued this week that we should give more scrutiny to the CIA's presence in the Libyan port city. Congressman Frank Wolf (R-Va.) said the same, according to CNN: "There are questions that must be asked of the CIA and this must be done in a public way." Among the questions are whether CIA missteps contributed to the security failure in Benghazi and, more importantly, whether the Agency's Benghazi operation had anything to do with reported heavy weapons shipments from the local port to Syrian rebels. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/intrigue-surrounding-secret-cia-operation-131900870.html Read the article, bubs! Things might not be what they appear. Or there might be a lot more there than we want to make public. Issa is playing with fire, although I'm sure all the rest of the CIA operatives are long gone.