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Topic - Nordstorm
He said he was told by officials in Washington that Mr. Kennedy had personally signed off on the decision to move in anyway.
Mr. Nordstorm states that the buildings housing U.S. facilities in Tripoli and Benghazi did not meet departmental security standards and should not have been occupied by U.S. personnel.