“We were wrong. We made a mistake,” says Logan. “Dylan Davies worked for the State Department in Libya, was the manager
of the local guard force at the Benghazi Special Mission compound. He
described for us his actions the night of the attack … but what
we now know is that he told the FBI a different story from what he told
us. That’s when we realized that we no longer had confidence in our
source, and that we were wrong to put him on air, and we apologize to
“We take the vetting of sources and stories very seriously at ’60 Minutes,’ and we took it seriously in this case. But we were misled and we were wrong, and that’s the important thing. We have to set the record straight and take responsibility,” says Logan.
She adds that the news program will “correct the record” during Sunday’s (Nov. 10) broadcast.