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Libya / Benghazi Attack / Khattala #1125719

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jun 28, 2014
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(Studio: Randi Kaye) Report introduced.

(Washington: Evan Perez) The formal indictment of Ahmed Abu Khattala on charges of material support of terrorism related to the deadly attack on the US embassy compound in Benghazi, Libya reviewed; courtroom sketches by William Hennessy shown; details given about his interrogation aboard the USS New York and calls from Republican lawmakers for him to go before a military commission. The possible punishment and additional charges discussed.

(Studio: Randi Kaye) Live discussion held with legal analyst Paul Callan† about the case against Khattala. [CALLAN – comments on Khattala’s defense, support from Libya, evidence obtained from wiretapping, his public interviews, and interrogation without Miranda rights.]

Kaye, Randi;
Perez, Evan

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