In December 2012 three top State Department officials reportedly resigned after the release of the Benghazi investigation.
They just took a little time off.
And, now one of those officials, Charlene Lamb, was just promoted.
The Blaze reported:
Charlene Lamb, cited for failures in leadership from the Department of State’s own Accountability Review Board report, has been promoted to Regional Security Officer. We’ve heard rumor that she’s slated for international duty in Canada. She started the security officer training last week, much to the dismay of many within the State Department.
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For those not keeping track, Charlene Lamb was in charge of the office that denied extra security personnel to the U.S. Ambassador in Libya before the Sept. 11, 2011 attacks.