The attack at Benghazi is making news a decade later as a federal appeals court said the sentence against the terrorist involved is too low.
The ruling came this week for the 22-year-old Libyan involved in the events.
Federal Appeals Court Rules Benghazi Terrorist’s Prison Sentence Way Too Low https://t.co/QsP3yvCPXc
— Dolly_World (@dolly_note) July 27, 2022
“Ahmed Abu Khatallah, 51, was convicted of four counts in 2017, including providing material support to terrorists and destroying US property, but was acquitted on the most serious charges,” Fox News reported.
“Sentencing guidelines said that Khatallah should have been sentenced to 30 years to life in prison, according to prosecutors,” it added.
🇺🇸House passes bill awarding Congressional Gold Medal to Americans who died in Benghazi attack
Fabulous, but why did it take so long? Did Obama-Clinton now give their approval? Or, are these awards a mid-term propaganda ploy?https://t.co/spwz8kVcK3
— Gemma aka Myrna 😘 (@GigaBeers) July 26, 2022
The ruling came as the House also passed a bill this week to award Congressional Gold Medals to those who died at Benghazi.
The shift in perspective on the Benghazi issue is far too long and too little regarding a terrible attack on Americans. The topic has now become another political plot in the larger narrative in the battle for victory during the midterm elections.