According to Fox News sources, the United States is letting suspects of the Benghazi attack “off the hook.”
Former Attorney General Hon. Michael Mukasey sat down with Bill Hemmer this morning to assess the Obama administration's strategy for getting intelligence from Benghazi attack suspect Ahmed Abu Khatallah. On Tuesday, Fox News learned that Khatallah had been captured by U.S. forces on Sunday and was being held on a Navy ship off the coast of Libya.
After more than 19 months, an arrest has been made in connection with the Sept. 2012 attack that killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya. It came on the day of a much anticipated interview of Hillary Clinton on Fox News.
Fox News has learned exclusively today that an arrest has been made in connection with the Sept. 11, 2012 attack that killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya. Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted moments after the new broke, telling Jenna Lee he expects Khatallah to be tried in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia and be granted all the rights of a defendant in accordance with the Constitution.
Fox News has learned exclusively that an arrest has been made of Ahmed Abu Khatallah in connection with the Sept. 11, 2012 attack that killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and other Republicans are demanding that new FBI Director James Comey make the Benghazi investigation a top priority, arguing that key people affiliated with with the terror organization Ansar al-Sharia haven't even been interviewed.
The FBI has identified at least 18 men suspected of taking part in the Benghazi attack that killed Amb. Chris Stevens and three more Americans last Sept. 11. At least five are believed to be directly behind the attack on the U.S. Consulate, including three men shown in a photo circulated recently by the FBI.
Now some inside the military are expressing concern that the Obama administration is not doing all it can to bring the suspected attackers to justice. The administration claims it does not have enough evidence to try the men in a civilian court, as it prefers. There apparently is enough evidence to apprehend the suspected perpetrators