A Republican lawmaker wants Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to answer questions in person about the high-profile rape case of Jamie Leigh Jones, after lower State Department officials failed to provide information that satisfied him. THE BLOTTER RECOMMENDS Blotter Victim: Gang-Rape Cover-Up by U.S., Halliburton/KBR Photos Former Halliburton/KRB Employee Alleges Gang-Rape Blotter Hillary Clinton Calls for Investigation Into Gang-Rape Allegations Blotter Congress to Probe Iraq Rape Allegations Blotter No Prosecution for State Dept Official Accused of Sexual Assault Blotter DOJ Shuns Hearing on Halliburton/KBR Rape Cases Click Here for Full Blotter Coverage. Declaring that the State Department’s previous written responses about Jamie Leigh Jones’ allegations of gang-rape and confinement were "unacceptable" and raised "serious concerns," Rep. Ted Poe of Texas wrote the State Department Monday to request a meeting with Rice. A copy of the letter was shared with ABC News. In interviews and her lawsuit against her former employer Kellogg Brown and Root, Jones has said she was drugged and gang-raped by her co-workers on her third night in Iraq. After reporting the incident to KBR, she has said the company confined her to a modified shipping container. According to Jones, Rep. Poe played an instrumental role in winning her release by contacting the State Department, which dispatched agents to her location. Asked if Rice would meet with Poe, State spokeswoman Nicole Thompson said "the secretary’s office will respond to the congressman." She declined to comment further. Click Here for Full Blotter Coverage.