Lara Logan and the CBS news chair have both issued apologies. | AP Photo
By DYLAN BYERS | 11/8/13 5:26 PM EST Updated: 11/8/13 11:13 PM EST
Jeff Fager, the CBS News chairman and executive producer of “60 Minutes,” has said that his team spent “more than a year” reporting the story about the attack on Benghazi that aired on Oct. 27.
Yet it wasn’t until Thursday night that they learned first-hand what their principal source, a security contractor named Dylan Davies, had told the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the attack.
Logan: ‘We made a mistake’
In conversations with POLITICO, sources familiar with “60 Minutes” reporting said that it was only on Thursday night that “60 Minutes” obtained the official account of events that Davies had given to FBI officials after the 2012 raid — an account that contradicts the version of events he gave in a new book and…
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