Skip to comments.Suspect in Benghazi Attacks Arrives at Federal Court in DC, Says Source
Posted on 06/28/2014 6:44:51 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
A man suspected in the attacks two years ago on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya, which killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans arrived at federal court in Washington, D.C. today, a source told ABC News.
Ahmed Abu Khattala was captured in Libya earlier this month. He's expected to be arraigned later today.
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Why is that terrorist on American soil?
No doubt because the Islamic Kenyan in Kommand wants him tried as a US Citizen with full constitutional rights so he has a better chance at freedom, not that he won’t be freed anyway by Obama.
Was Nancy Poopsi there to greet him?
The Admin, Hillary and the Dems need to negate the Benghazi attack.
Khattala got selected.
[He will end up in prison for a few years and then get traded.]
what a frigen joke.
What group will be the 1st to kidnap women and kiddies and hold them for this Pigs release?
I read elsewhere that he’s not even a big cheese. It’s purely to dampen criticism of Hillary and Obama.
Does the U.S. civil court have the jurisdiction to try a non-citizen for acts committed outside the U.S. when he was captured outside U.S. jurisdiction?
In my mind, he’s a first LT, possibly a Captain, commanding the platoon making the assault on the consulate.
His value if any, will be divulging the name of his commanders
Since there is a denial of war, the lawyers can not grasp the military chain of command concept and will blow it. The victory is that someone was captured and he was not sent to Gitmo.
That’s really all that matters to the pacifist wackos running the country
Let the Sh!t-show begin.
He’ll be doing the cocktail circuit and receive an appointment as guest lecturer at Georgetown before the month is out. Celebrated like Mumia...
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