U.S. will not seek death penalty for accused ringleader in Benghazi attacks

Photo via Fellowship of the Minds

Photo via Fellowship of the Minds

Free Republic

The Justice Department announced Tuesday that it will not seek the death penalty against Ahmed Abu Khattala, 54, a U.S.-designated terrorist whom prosecutors accuse of leading the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans.

The announcement, contained in a notice to the federal trial court in Washington, clears the way for a major terrorism trial in the nation’s capital, the first in the United States since 2015, barring a plea agreement by Abu Khattala.

(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonpost.com

3 thoughts on “U.S. will not seek death penalty for accused ringleader in Benghazi attacks

  1. As far as I am concerned, that IS Treason….as well…put Clinton in there also.

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