Thursday, June 13, 2019

Fw: News Alert: Second Benghazi militant convicted in U.S. court in 2012 attacks that left ambassador dead



The jury in Washington delivered a partial verdict, finding Mustafa al-Imam, 47, guilty on one count each of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and maliciously destroying government property but deadlocking on 15 of 17 other counts, including the most serious charges of murder and attempted murder, in the overnight attacks that began Sept. 11, 2012, on a U.S. diplomatic mission and nearby CIA post in Benghazi, Libya. U.S. District Judge Christopher R. "Casey" Cooper directed jurors to continue deliberating.
 
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Second Benghazi militant convicted in U.S. court in 2012 attacks that left ambassador dead

The jury in Washington delivered a partial verdict, finding Mustafa al-Imam, 47, guilty on one count each of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and maliciously destroying government property but deadlocking on 15 of 17 other counts, including the most serious charges of murder and attempted murder, in the overnight attacks that began Sept. 11, 2012, on a U.S. diplomatic mission and nearby CIA post in Benghazi, Libya. U.S. District Judge Christopher R. "Casey" Cooper directed jurors to continue deliberating.

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