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+ - Help crowdsource the authoritative Benghazi Attack Timeline->

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sparkydevil
sparkydevil writes "WeCheck, a collaborative wiki-based fact check that I set up a month ago, is attempting to crowdsource the authoritative timeline of the Benghazi attacks with some success — the page is already much larger than any other comparable timeline. I hope this could be a model of how to deal with a large amount of complex, time-sensitive information."
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