New evidence has surfaced over the investigation of the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th, 2012. Investigative reporter and Emmy-award winner, Sharyl Attkisson, has released new information that could not only answer some long-awaited questions in the Benghazi investigation, but could also put several people behind bars.

According to former Deputy Assistant Secretary Raymond Maxwell, Hillary Clinton confidants (including himself) were part of an operation to "separate" damaging documents before they were turned over to the Accountability Review Board investigating security lapses surrounding the 2012 attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya.

Maxwell, who was a leader in the State Department's Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs at the time, was given the responsibility to collect emails and documents pertinent to the Benghazi investigation. During the specific "operation", a State Department office director, whom Maxwell describes as close to Clinton's top advisors, instructed him to "go through these stacks and pull out anything that might put anybody in the front office or on the seventh floor in bad light". The 'seventh floor' was where then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her principal advisors worked.

Radio talk show host and ABC News contributor, Laura Ingraham, said "If the report is true, then it's a clear case of obstruction of justice, calling for an immediate investigation by Attorney General Eric Holder." She goes on to say, "We are talking, potentially, for each count of obstruction five years in federal prison. This (Maxwell) is a civil servant who was an Obama supporter, gave money to the Obama campaign, and was scapegoated - according to him - as one of the people responsible for the failures of security in the (Benghazi) compound."