Federal prosecutors announced they will not seek the death penalty in the trial of Ahmed Abu Khatallah, who played a hand in the Benghazi attack that left American ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead.
The Obama administration didn’t explain their thinking in Tuesday’s brief court filing. Killing America’s representative for peace is an act of war and the alleged ringleader of the attack deserves a full measure of justice. But the Obama administration might be thinking less about justice and more about furthering its lie that it did all it could do that fateful September night ahead of the 2012 election.
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