WASHINGTON (WKZO) -- Senator Carl Levin is criticizing a release by a House Republican congressman of documents regarding the terrorist attack in Libya that killed four Americans. California Representative Darrell Issa released the documents about U.S. diplomatic activities containing potentially sensitive information including the names of Libyans working with U.S. officials.
Levin accuses Issa of "making political hay" out of the tragedy to advance partisan goals. Levin further added that the release of the names is "reckless," claiming it could jeopardize the lives of those individuals.
The documents were evaluated as part of the ongoing inquiry into the events surrounding the attack that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stephens.