No Bond For Khattala – Benghazi Suspect Appears For Federal Detention Hearing

(Via The Hill) A federal judge on Wendesday ordered that the suspected ringleader in the 2012 Benghazi attacks be held in prison without bond.

ahmed abu khatallah

…“did knowingly and intentionally conspire and agree with other conspirators, known and unknown to provide material support and resources to terrorists, that is personnel including himself and others.”  (link)

Federal prosecutors said Ahmed Abu Khattala needed to be detained because of his extremist connections and his expressed desire to harm U.S. citizens.

“Given the defendant’s proclivity for violence as well as his ability to readily communicate with other similar-minded individuals, as demonstrated by his status as a commander of an extremist brigade, his detention is the only means available to neutralize that threat,” prosecutors said in a court filing late Tuesday. 

Ahmed Abu KhattalaKhattala will be held in U.S. custody pending a trial, which has not yet been scheduled.

[…]  Federal prosecutors said in the Tuesday filing that “after his capture, the defendant gave voluntary statements corroborating key facts.”

They also said in the days leading up to the Libya attacks, Khattala “voiced concern and opposition to the presence of an American facility in Benghazi.”  (read more)

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8 Responses to No Bond For Khattala – Benghazi Suspect Appears For Federal Detention Hearing

  1. Sentient says:

    What? Obama’s being held in prison without bond?

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    • John Galt says:

      It does describe Obama pretty accurately:

      “did knowingly and intentionally conspire and agree with other conspirators, known and unknown to provide material support and resources to terrorists”

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  2. waltherppk says:

    A security threat was created by arresting the terrorist instead of liquidating him as should have been done. Now there will be more people put at risk of kidnapping by his accomplices who will trade the hostages for his release and will kill the hostages if he is not released. The message has already been sent loud and clear with the trading of the Getmo Five that the U.S. is ready and willing to negotiate with terrorists. Law is not really designed nor does law prove effective in dealing with adversaries who are military or quasi military operatives and associated with an organized network. It is naivete on the part of an incompetent administration who would think that the courts are better at dealing with terror threats than are other intelligence or military assets.
    It is dead that such adversaries are provided the desired and effective countermeasure that is needed, and that is never accomplished by putting them in jail as if they are merely common criminals in need of rehabilitation. Quiet time is not the appropriate punishment for a terrorist and muderer who is only supplied the proper remedy by a dirt bath. Let his accomplices find remedy for that countermeasure that has finality and is decisive. Prosecuting those who should be killed only demonstrates a leadership that doesn’t know what should be done with such enemies or doesn’t have the backbone for it.

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  3. BertDilbert says:

    Hostages in 3 2 1….

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  4. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    I agree with not setting him loose to wreak more havoc and mayhem, but I suspect their motives run deeper…

    It will be harder to gain access to this guy than it is to visit the facilities housing the illegal immigrant children. After all, they need to keep this “Dude” under wraps until he has a chance to testify that it was a video that caused the attack on Benghazi.

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  5. triper57 says:

    You think his peeps are on there way here at this time or are they already here?

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  6. carterzest says:

    Meanwhile, BOwe walks freely on leave….

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