Trump vows justice as US captures key Benghazi militant

UPDATED December 24, 2017

The CIA’s cover-up of the Benghazi incident which killed four Americans continues, as alleged terrorist, Ahmed Abu Khatallah was acquitted of 14 of the 18 charges against him, including the murder charge.  Khatallah was one of 20 people who stormed the U.S. mission with machine guns and grenade launchers, set it on fire and later attacked an annex, killing Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans — Glen Doherty, Sean Smith, and Tyrone Woods.

Instead, Khatallah was found guilty of discharging a firearm to cause violence and destruction of property.

In recent years, Benghazi has been one of the most significant national security topics. It gained further attention after operators at the CIA Annex came forward and said they were told to “stand down” when the consulate was being attacked. One of those operators, Kris Paronto, spoke to Independent Journal Review about the development in Khatallah’s case.

Paronto said:

“First of all, let’s clear something up: Khatallah is being called the mastermind. He was part of the operation, yes. But to call him a mastermind, I don’t agree with that. He wasn’t the guy. I wouldn’t compare him to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and 9/11 like some have done.

The thing that bothers me about Khatallah is that he was a commander in the Martyrs of 17 February Brigade, a terrorist organization. The 17th Feb was supposed to help us and protect the consulate and were not vetted well enough. I told them they had a jihadist group there at the compound.

So Khatallah has ties to the group behind the attack — Ansar Al-Sharia — and we are still playing nice. What do they think? Are those terrorists going to see this news and be quaking in their boots? No, they’re going to laugh that we are trying them in a criminal court. He’s an enemy combatant. It’s sickening.”

Then Paronto turned up the heat on the people who made Khatallah’s extraction to the U.S. possible in the first place.

“It’s a political charade of the Obama administration,” he said. “We went and grabbed this guy. There are only two options when dealing with terrorists. Number one, you grab them, interrogate them until you get all the intelligence you can and then throw them in GITMO. Number two, you put them to death.

“I refused to testify because of how political this all was,” Paronto said. “I told them, ‘If you want me to testify, you’re going to have to subpoena me.’”

He discussed the issue of giving due process to terrorists.

“Ambassador Stevens didn’t get due process when he was burning alive and dying of smoke inhalation,” Paronto remarked. “You do not let terrorists face a criminal court. You let the CIA or the military handle the issue. Interrogate, interrogate, interrogate. And you let the others face a firing squad.

“This is a circus show for politicians. It is purely political. My recommendation to the extraction teams that go and get these targets in the future, the ones who would never give you a fair trial or any degree of humanity, don’t bring them back at all. Instead, put a bullet in their head.”

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If the United States Justice Department wasn’t corrupt and acting on behalf of the Deep State, Mr. Paronto would have been called to testify.  His knowledge of what really happened at the Benghazi compound, as well as on 9/11/1993 and 9/11/2001 may have come out, and he wouldn’t have to lie anymore to protect the criminals at the top, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Benjamin Rhodes, John Brennan, James Comey, David Petraeus, Robert Mueller, John McCain and Lindsey Graham.


FILE – In this April 11, 2011 file photo, then-U.S. envoy Chris Stevens attends meetings at the Tibesty Hotel in Benghazi, Libya. U.S. special operations forces captured a militant in Libya accused of playing an instrumental role in the Benghazi attacks, officials said Oct. 30, 2017, in a high-stakes operation designed to bring the perpetrators to justice more than five years after the deadly violence. (Ben Curtis, File/Associated Press)

October 30, 2017
by Lolita C. Baldor, Josh Lederman and Matthew Lee

WASHINGTON — U.S. special operations forces captured a militant in Libya accused of playing an instrumental role in the Benghazi attacks, officials said Monday, in a high-stakes operation designed to bring the perpetrators to justice five years after the deadly violence.

President Donald Trump identified the militant as Mustafa al-Imam and said his capture signified that the four Americans who died “will never be forgotten.” Justice Department officials were escorting al-Imam by military plane to the United States, where he’s expected to be tried in federal court.

“Our memory is deep and our reach is long, and we will not rest in our efforts to find and bring the perpetrators of the heinous attacks in Benghazi to justice,” Trump said.

The Navy SEAL-led raid marked the first publicly known operation since Trump took office to target those accused of involvement in Benghazi, which mushroomed into a multiyear political fracas centered on Republican allegations of a bungled Obama administration response. Those critiques shadowed Hillary Clinton, who was secretary of state at the time of the attacks, through her presidential campaign.

U.S. forces captured al-Imam just before midnight local time Sunday in Misrata, on Libya’s north coast, U.S. officials said. He was taken to a U.S. Navy ship at the Misrata port for transport by military plane to Washington, where he’s expected to arrive within the next two days, one of the officials said.

Once on American soil, al-Imam will face trial in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia as the FBI continues to investigate, the Justice Department said. He faces three criminal charges that were filed in May 2015 but only recently unsealed: killing or conspiring to kill someone during an attack on a federal facility, providing support for terrorists, and using a firearm in connection with a violent crime.

It wasn’t immediately clear how al-Imam was involved in the Sept. 11, 2012, violence. The U.S. attorney’s office said he is a Libyan national and about 46 years old.

Trump said he’d ordered the raid, and thanked the U.S. military, intelligence agencies and prosecutors for tracking al-Imam and enabling his capture. The U.S. officials said the operation was coordinated with Libya’s internationally recognized government. They weren’t authorized to speak publicly on the matter and demanded anonymity.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he’d spoken with the relatives of some of the Americans who died in Benghazi: U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, State Department information management officer Sean Patrick Smith, and contract security officers Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty. Tillerson said the U.S. would “spare no effort” to ensure al-Imam is held accountable.

Al-Imam will face court proceedings in U.S. District Court, officials said, in an apparent departure from Trump’s previously expressed desire to send militants to the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

In an interview last March with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, Attorney General Jeff Sessions called Guantanamo “a very fine place for holding these kind of dangerous criminals.”

The commando raid also came amid an ongoing debate about the use of U.S. forces to pursue insurgents in Africa and other locations outside of warzones like Iraq and Afghanistan. Four U.S. soldiers were killed in an ambush in Niger earlier this month under circumstances that have remained hazy and prompted Democrats and Republicans in Congress to express concerns.

Earlier this month, another man accused in the Benghazi attack, Abu Khattala, went on trial in federal court in Washington. Khattala, captured during President Barack Obama’s tenure, has pleaded not guilty to the 18 charges against him, including murder of an internationally protected person, providing material support to terrorists and destroying U.S. property while causing death.

The Benghazi assault started in the evening when armed attackers scaled the wall of the diplomatic post and moved through the front gate. Stevens was rushed to a fortified “safe room” along with Smith, but were then siphoned off from security officers when attackers set the building and its furniture on fire. Libyan civilians found Stevens hours later in the wreckage, and he died of smoke inhalation in a hospital, becoming the first U.S. ambassador killed in the line of duty in more than three decades.

A nearby CIA annex was attacked by mortar fire hours after the diplomatic complex, killing Woods and Doherty, who were defending the rooftop.

The attack became fodder for multiple congressional investigations to determine what happened and whether the Obama administration misled the public on the details of the bloody assault. Initial accounts provided by administration officials, notably Obama’s U.N. ambassador, Susan Rice, said the attack grew out of a protest against an anti-Muslim internet film. Later, the administration said it was a planned terrorist attack.

A two-year investigation by a House Benghazi committee focused heavily on Clinton’s role and whether security at the compounds and the response to the attack was sufficient. It was the Benghazi probe that revealed Clinton used a private email server for government work,

— Associated Press writers Maggie Michael and Sadie Gurman contributed to this report.

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October 31, 2017

by Lisa Phillips

President Trump continues to fight the Deep State by ensuring Mustafa al-Imam and Abu Khattala are tried in open court, instead of the usual secret courts used by previous administrations since the 9/11 false flag attack perpetrated on America by Israel, Saudi Arabia, Canada, and rogue factions of the American government and the installation of the Patriot Act.

As we reported on May 27, 2017, the players in the cover-up of the Benghazi incident which killed four Americans at the compound in Libya are Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Benjamin Rhodes, John Brennan, James Comey, Michael Flynn, David Petraeus, Robert Mueller, John McCain and Lindsey Graham.

Yesterday, in a statement to Fox News, Lindsay Graham stated “There will be hell to pay if Trump fires Mueller”.

On June 21, 2017, we reported that Judicial Watch uncovered over 50,000 pages of documents relating to the Clinton/Obama Benghazi cover-up through a FOIA request. The Trump Administration’s Justice Department is stonewalling and will wait until at least October 18, 2017 to turn over the documents to Judicial Watch.

It’s obvious President Trump and the white hat patriots he has surrounded himself with behind the scenes and out of the media spotlight have carefully thought out an effective time line by which to bring down the Deep State.

I do believe the chickens are coming home to roost.  Stay tuned!

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  1. Outstanding and i keep praying that Trump is guided by God and cleans out the garbage in our government and restore our Constitutional Republic.

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