Capture of Benghazi Terrorist Caught On Film

The more that comes out about this capture, the more it seems like a farce.
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Tribal sources in Libya have sent to WND photographs purportedly showing Ahmed Abu Khattala – a suspected participant in the 2012 Benghazi attack – being seized by U.S. military commandos and law enforcement agents on June 16 outside Benghazi.

The four photos appear to be frames of a video showing Khattala being led away to the back seat of a four-door pickup truck, with the faces of his captors obscured by white circles strategically placed. The man said to be Khattala is shown with his head circled in red.

The Libyan sources who provided WND the photographs described the capture of Khattala as a kidnapping, claiming Khatalla was lured to a place outside Benghazi, where armed U.S. military commandos and law enforcement agents were waiting to take him into custody.

In reporting on Khattala’s capture, even the New York Times, a source that often defends the Obama administration, said Khattala is a “local, small-time Islamist militant” who has no known connections to international terrorist groups.



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