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The father of Oregon Navy Seal, Tyrone Woods is speaking out.  Woods was killed in Libya on September 11th when the US Ambassador to Libya was also murdered.
 
With new details coming out over how much the Administration knew the night of the attack, Charles Woods, called The Lars Larson Show in Portland on Tuesday.  He told Larson that he had a bad feeling about his son's mission, from the start.  He says he wasn't surprised when he got the call from officials about his son's death.
 
"AND WHEN I GOT THE PHONE CALL AT SIX O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING- i wasn't even that surprised and MY INITIAL RESPONSE WAS 'SOMETHING IS WRONG HERE- SOMETHING DOESN'T SMELL RIGHT."
 
Woods and others are calling for a larger investigation into what happened in Libya, how much the administration knew about the attack, and if their actions were appropriate.
 
 "when he left at the start of the summer i talked with him- and i said ty for the 20 years you were in the navy seals- i never worried about you - i never even worried about a serious injury- and this time it's completely different - and i do not feel good about this - at all - and he said, dad- don't worry -  i can't tell you who i'm working for- but its an operation out of washington d.c. - and they never allow anyone to get lost."
 
Oregon Congressman Greg Walden also talked to Larson and called for a bi-partisan effort to reveal what happened that night on September 11th.
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