Whose story do you believe about what really happened the night of the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi -- CBS, Lara Logan, the FBI, security officer Dylan Davies? After a week of revelations and denials, 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan has apologized for the show's October 27 reporting on the Benghazi attack as told by Davies. "We were wrong to put him on air," Logan said. "We will apologize to our viewers and we will correct the record on our broadcast on Sunday night."
Dylan Davies gave a controversial version of the Benghazi attack on 60 Minutes and in his memoir, The Embassy House, published under the pseudonym Morgan Jones. But according to the FBI and an incident report by his employer, Davies' story is a big lie. So why didn't CBS figure that out before they ran with the story? And why does it seem like Lara Logan is the only one apologizing?