is pleased to announce that it has sold the rights to their New York Times Bestseller, Benghazi: The Definitive Report to JW Endeavor Inc. of Santa Monica, California. is compromised of former military, government, and intelligence writers who report on military, domestic, and foreign affairs. In just two years the site has become known world-wide in over 220 countries for its original content, and Special Ops street credentials.

Their bestselling eBook with Harper Collins American Sniper Editor, Peter Hubbard was first to market in the Benghazi category. The book also provided the first authentic insider account, and details of what happened on the ground in Benghazi, Libya, when the Department of State compound came under attack September 12th, 2012. Penned by former Army 75th Ranger & Green Beret Jack Murphy, and former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb, the two bestselling authors leveraged their deep connections within the US Special Operations, and Intelligence communities to rock the main stream news media with their explosive investigating reporting with what’s contained in the book.

“I look forward to the partnership with Jack and Brandon on “Benghazi: The Definitive Account” production. I respect them as conscientious, investigative journalists whose in-depth understanding of the invisible war,  its players, and its heroes, will help us make the movie we believe the audience wants to see.”

-Producer Jan Wellmann of JW Endeavor Inc.

“We were approached by several outlets but chose to partner with Jan because we trust that he will do a proper job with the story. There’s been many false production starts, and inaccurate accounts told when it comes to Benghazi. intends to leverage our trusted contacts within the government to make sure this movie is historically accurate, and authentic as possible. We plan to work closely with the families of the two former Navy SEAL/GRS (Global Response Staff) CIA contractors to ensure that the true heroes of Benghazi, and their families are honored appropriately. This book hits close to home because Ty and Glen were both teammates, and Glen was a best friend, and uncle to my three children. I want to see this movie done right, and we are looking forward to working with Jan Wellmann of Endeavor.” 

-Brandon Webb, Editor-in-Chief


The Definitive Report

Jack Murphy, Brandon Webb, and the Editors of