"A lot of people will find these huge 10- or 15-pound mushrooms and then drive around the city, trying to sell them. It's like a get-rich-quick thing," said Andrew Wood, chef and owner at Russet in Center City. "There's a little bit of freewheeling bartering that goes on. Most of those guys are not professional negotiators. They're out there for a completely different purpose. For them, it's about the hunt. It's about finding a mushroom."
Lt. Col. Andrew Wood, a Special Forces officer protecting the Benghazi facility, told our John Solomon and Jeffrey Scott Shapiro that in Washington the State Department officials "had their minds made up.