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rst in a new round of hearings on the subject on May 8.In two letters to the State Department, dated April 16 and April 26, Issa has sought explicit guidance on how attorneys representing witnesses with knowledge of the Benghazi attacks, including their prelude and aftermath, can receive the security clearances necessary to review classified materials.Attorneys representing Department personnel in this matter will require clearance to possess and discuss Top Secret and Sensitive Compartmented Information, Issa wrote on April 16 to Mary McLeod, the principal deputy legal adviser to the State Department.But Ventrell insisted Tuesday that no such whistle-blowers have come forward, and no requests for security clearances have been made by private attorneys.Victoria Toensing, a former Justice Department official and one-time Republican counsel to the Senate intelligence committee, disclosed on Monday that she is representing a career State Department official who identifies himself as a whistle-blower. Toensing said this individual has been threatened by superiors with career-ending reprisals if he cooperates with the oversight committee.[The State Department has] had two letters from Chairman Issa, one on April 16, the other one April 26, that specifically say, We want you to provide a process for clearing a lawyer to receive classified information, Toensing said during an interview Tuesday on Americas Newsroom with Fox News anchor Martha M HAT YAI, Thailand Police say suspected insurgents have killed six people including a 2-year-old boy in one of the deadliest shootings in Thailand's south this year.Police Col. Tuanday Juthanan says four militants opened fire with M16 rifles in front of a grocery store in Pattani city on Wednesday night.He says the attack killed six people, all Buddhists, and injured another man. It wasn't immediately clear why they were targeted.Tuanday says the attackers fled on two motorcycles and dropped nails on the road to prevent security forces from pursuing them.More than 5,000 people have been killed in Thailand's three southernmost provinces since an Islamic insurgency erupted in 2004.Attacks occur almost daily in the Muslim-dominated sub-region despite recent government efforts to hold peace talks with the militants.