12 November 2012 — Information Clearing House
Petraeus Mistress Suggests
Benghazi Attack Was Aimed At Secret CIA Prison
By Tony Lee
Former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus may have told his alleged mistress Paula Broadwell what really happened in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 Continue
Congress wants answers on Petraeus affair:
Members of Congress said Sunday they want to know more details about the FBI investigation that revealed an extramarital affair between ex-CIA Director David Petraeus and his biographer, questioning when the retired general popped up in the FBI inquiry, whether national security was compromised and why they weren’t told sooner.
Petraeus ‘flew mistress to Paris for a trip that was funded by the government’ after he was named CIA chief:
Petraeus made the trip with 40-year-old Paula Broadwell, who has written a fawning biography of him, in July 2011, an unnamed source told Buzzfeed. Petraus was heading to his new job as chief of the CIA at the time.
Jill Kelley, social liaison to MacDill Air Force Base, is mystery woman Paula Broadwell harassed via email leading to FBI probe:
Jill Kelley, 37, of Tampa, Fla., reportedly alerted the FBI several months ago about threatening emails she had received from Petraeus alleged mistress, biographer Paula Broadwell, a senior military official told the Associated Press.
Jill Kelley admits ‘friendship’ with former CIA director David Petraeus
The New York Post reports excerpts from the emails that Ms Kelley passed on to the FBI with sources telling the newspaper that “Mrs Broadwell clearly thought something was going on” and thought she was in a “lovers triangle.”
Jill Kelley: Five Facts About the Petraeus Affair’s Mystery Woman :
It’s unclear the nature of her relationship with Petraeus, but her closeness with the general was enough that Broadwell allegedly demanded Kelley “stay away from” him. Here’s what has been reported about this mystery woman.
Broadwell: Petraeus’ biographer… and his undoing:
The high school homecoming queen from North Dakota, who later graduated from West Point and Harvard University and went on to become a counterterrorism expert, never seemed to settle for second best.