A new report is calling for accountability from the Obama administration on the 9/11 Benghazi massacre that left four Americans dead, including the U.S. ambassador.
Judicial Watch launched an investigation into the cover-up, which has persisted for an entire year. They call it a "story of political treachery in high places."
The group uncovered new information through 23 Freedom of Information Act requests and four lawsuits against the Obama administration.
The report details more than 30 violent incidents that occurred in and around Benghazi in the months before the attack.
Despite the ongoing and escalating violence, the State Department under then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ignored repeated requests for increased security.
The special report also shows that the State Department had subcontracted security for the diplomatic post to a local jihadist militia called the February 17 Martyrs Brigade, which has known Muslim Brotherhood ties.
During the Benghazi terrorist attack on September 11, 2011, that group "failed to respond to repeated calls for assistance."
The Judicial Watch report also refers to the "Obama administration's Benghazi stonewall," in which survivors of the attack were made to sign non-disclosure agreements.
It further cites shocking evidence that the United States may have been using the Benghazi office as a hub to send weapons to Islamist rebels in Syria with possible links to al Qaeda.
Judicial Watch said it is the only non-governmental organization in the country litigating in federal court to uncover the full Benghazi story.
Click here to read their full report.