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Army Gen. Carter Ham has testified that he had told Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta and Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, the Joint Chiefs chairman, that Americans in Benghazi were under attack by terrorists, not demonstrators. He said both men agreed. (Associated Press)

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Army Gen. Carter Ham has testified that he had told Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta and Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, the Joint Chiefs chairman, that Americans in Benghazi were under attack by terrorists, not demonstrators. He said both men agreed. (Associated Press)

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A pathway is seen running through a ravine on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, in Lake George, N.Y. In the 1990s, businessman Anthony Tomasovic was granted permission to fill in his vacant, sloping property bordering the ravine where British Colonial troops and their Mohawk Indian allies were ambushed by a larger force of French and Indians in 1755. The land borders the wooded ravine where about 1,000 British Colonial troops and 200 of their Mohawk Indian allies were ambushed by a larger force of French and Indians on the morning of Sept. 8, 1755. Patten is convinced many of the scores of casualties from the ambush were buried afterward in the ravine. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

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Randy Patten poses in front of the Ephraim Williams Jr. memorial on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, in Lake George, N.Y. In the 1990s, businessman Anthony Tomasovic was granted permission to fill in his vacant, sloping property bordering the ravine where British Colonial troops and their Mohawk Indian allies were ambushed by a larger force of French and Indians in 1755. The land borders the wooded ravine where about 1,000 British Colonial troops and 200 of their Mohawk Indian allies were ambushed by a larger force of French and Indians on the morning of Sept. 8, 1755. Patten is convinced many of the scores of casualties from the ambush were buried afterward in the ravine. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

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Randy Patten walks along a path in a ravine on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, in Lake George, N.Y. In the 1990s, businessman Anthony Tomasovic was granted permission to fill in his vacant, sloping property bordering the ravine where British Colonial troops and their Mohawk Indian allies were ambushed by a larger force of French and Indians in 1755. The land borders the wooded ravine where about 1,000 British Colonial troops and 200 of their Mohawk Indian allies were ambushed by a larger force of French and Indians on the morning of Sept. 8, 1755. Patten is convinced many of the scores of casualties from the ambush were buried afterward in the ravine. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)