US Will Not Seek Death Penalty Against Benghazi Suspect

The Justice Department will not seek the death penalty against Abu Ahmed Khattalah, an alleged leader of the Benghazi attacks, federal prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
0:20 | 05/11/16

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Federal prosecutors will not seek the death penalty against the men accused of leading the attack on the US consulate ending Ghazi Libya. Four people were killed in that 2012 assault including US ambassador Christopher Stevens. Ahmed Abu patella is awaiting trial and has pleaded not guilty to the murder charges prosecutors say could telewest the leader of an extremist militia group.

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