Turkey arrests 2 Tunisian suspects in Sept. 11 killing of the U.S. ambassador in Benghazi

Turkey is reportedly holding 2 of the terrorists who murdered our ambassador and his staff in Benghazi:

BLOOMBERG – Two suspects in the Sept. 11 killing of the U.S. ambassador to Libya American ambassador and three colleagues have been arrested at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, Kanal D television reported today.

The suspects, identified as Tunisians, were detained late yesterday as they attempted to enter the country with fake passports, Kanal D said.

Turkish police were questioning the suspects, it said. It was not clear whether the suspects might be extradited to Libya or the U.S., Kanal D said. The Turkish authorities were not available for comment.



In related news, Breitbart is suggesting that Obama may be planning military action over the killing of our ambassador:

Today, a Defense Department official confirmed to Breitbart News that there is advance planning for a “substantial air package” against targets in Libya. Military sources suggest that this means that flight missions against Libyan targets will include manned flights, not merely drones.

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