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Which is it? Is the report simply a rehashing that contains nothing new, nothing that the government hasn't already confirmed, or is the report not credible?

It can't be both?

The credibility question pertains to whether Davies really was in the compound during the attack and went to the hospital and saw Ambassador Stevens's corpse. In his official report he said he didn't go to the compound or hospital on the night of the attack. In the "60 Minutes" story and his new book, he says he did, engaging in dramatic heroics, dispatching a few terrorists in hand-to-hand combat.

The "what's new" question pertains to whether Davies' tale tells us anything we didn't already know about the attack. I don't see anything new. I've asked you a couple of times to tell us what you think the "bombshell" in the "60 Minutes" story is. Can you do that now?
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