Secretary of State John Kerry has been subpoenaed in the Benghazi case. Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Darrell Issa wrote the letter which announced the subpoena and informed Kerry of his obligation to supply documents.
After many failed attempts to procure documents, both the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and the Committee on Foreign Affairs are legally enforcing Kerry's own call for a more transparent State Department.
The subpoena asks for correspondences between Kerry and other state department personnel, including Elizabeth Burns, the Deputy Secretary of State, and Cheryl Mills, Counselor and Chief of Staff to Hillary Clinton.
Benghazi has become a highly politicized mystery as Republicans have been hounding Obama's administration over unanswered questions on the attacks.
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