Benghazi Suspect Fighting Anti-Islamist General Before U.S. Raid
According to his brother, the suspected ringleader of a 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi had been fighting a Libyan general committed to root out Islamist rebels when he vanished without trace. The brother of Ahmed Abu Khatallah, who was seized by U.S. special forces and spirited out of the country to an American naval ship, said “The family was in contact with him on Saturday and Sunday. I was told that he drove away with a friend on Sunday–and that was the last we heard of him.” During an event in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, US President Barack Obama said he had made Abu Khatallah’s capture a priority:
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