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An interview conducted with US Representative Stephen Lynch is featured during this segment of Monday Night Talk!
Congressman Lynch joined Jim Braude to discuss the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, the 28 pages, and the enhanced benefits for the family of Glen Doherty.
For almost two years, the family of Glen Doherty, a CIA contractor and former Navy SEAL from Winchester, Mass., who was among four Americans killed in the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, has fought to claim the government death benefits they believe Doherty deserved.
Barbara Doherty worked with Rep. Stephen Lynch to advocate change within the CIA, and Wednesday Rep. Lynch told FOX25 the policy should have always covered government workers, whether they had children or not.
Lawmakers are growing increasingly optimistic that the federal government will soon release 28 pages of secret documents rumored to tie Saudi Arabia to the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
With President Obama visiting Saudi Arabian officials Wednesday, Congress heard renewed calls to release 28 classified pages from the final Congressional investigation into 9/11. According to Rep Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.), who read the documents, the information names individuals and entities that he believes were "complicit in the attacks on September 11th."
Congressman Stephen Lynch joins the show to discuss the benefits that former CIA contractor and Navy SEAL Glen Doherty’s family will receive for his death in the 2012 Benghazi attack.
The possible alleged role of prominent Saudis in supporting the 9/11 hijackers is a sensitive topic Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson first highlighted last September in a report on 28 pages. Those pages from a Congressional probe of the attacks remain classified. Attkisson speaks with Congressman Lynch about H. Res. 14.
Congressman Stephen Lynch says it would be a political and moral mistake for the U.S. government to cave to Saudi Arabia's threat to sell off billions of dollars of American assets if Congress passes a bill allowing victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to sue the Saudi government.
Congressman Lynch joined WRKO/Boston.com Morning Show with Kim Carrigan to discuss his recent congressional delegation to Iraq, Bahrain, U.A.E., and Israel.