(FOX NEWS) Rep. Trey Gowdy claimed in an interview on Fox News that the Obama administration is creating "aliases" for survivors of the Benghazi terror attack and "dispersing them" throughout the country.
The allegation followed new reports about the lengths to which the administration is going to keep witnesses to the attack quiet. Fox News has learned that at least five CIA employees were forced to sign additional nondisclosure agreements this past spring in the wake of the Benghazi attack.
CNN also reported that CIA operatives are being intimidated into keeping quiet.
Gowdy, a South Carolina Republican, addressed the reports Thursday night on Fox News. He claimed the effort to keep information about the attack secret included "changing names, creating aliases."
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