There have been several new developments over the last 24 hours regarding the investigation of the attack that resulted in the death of four United States diplomatic personal in Libya on September 11 of this year. Two Tunisian suspects were detained at Istanbul Ataturk Airport in Turkey Friday that are believed to be connected to the murder of American Ambassador Chris Stevens. Meanwhile, the FBI finally toured the crime scene in Benghazi three weeks after the attack, just being able to secure the military personnel necessary to provide security to investigators late this week.
ABC News has also uncovered a May 3 State Department email denying the request of a security team in Libya the use of a State Department plane. Perhaps significant in that the presence of a plane could have prevented an attack or saved the lives of the Americans who died, and the email also raises questions about the department's awareness or acknowledgment of a deteriorating security situation on the ground in Libya before the attack.
On "Real News" Friday the panel discussed the latest updates to the investigation: