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Wednesday, May 11, 2016 

US not seeking death penalty for Benghazi suspect

The US government is showing weakness again in its pursuit of justice in the Benghazi case (Hat tip: The Weekly Standard):
The Justice Department will not seek the death penalty against Ahmed Abu Khattala, the suspected Libyan militant charged in the Benghazi attacks that killed a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans, federal officials announced Tuesday.

The department revealed its decision, which pushes the case forward toward trial, in a brief court filing that offered no additional explanation.

In a separate statement, spokeswoman Emily Pierce said Attorney General Loretta Lynch made the decision after reviewing the case and consulting with federal prosecutors. She said the department is "committed to ensuring that the defendant is held accountable" for the 2012 attacks.
But life imprisonment isn't enough for filth like that terrorist. They're being very weak in their position here, because scum like those Islamofascists are too dangerous to let live. Yet another example of the Obama administration's appointees becoming major disappointments.

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You say, "... is showing weakness again".
Give me a break. Treachery is the right word.
These people are not feeble-minded;
Their traitors and smart ones at that!
It's your analysis that shows weakness.

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