Benghazi charges filed but NO Arrests

Sealed criminal charges where filed against Benghazi attack suspects but no arrests have taken CIA_opplace.  This is not the first time that the FBI has ID’d a suspect in Benghazi and not arrested them.

Back in May, 2013 Kimbery Dozier reported, ‘FBI ID’s Benghazi suspects _ but no arrests yet

We think the embassies closing, the report of charges filed against Benghazi suspects are little more than an attempt to get eyes off of the CIA operation that was going on in Benghazi.

The Obama administration is being urged by Congress to act quickly on sealed criminal charges filed against Benghazi attack suspects, out of concern that any delays in arresting them will put American lives at risk.

“If our government knows who perpetrated the attack that killed four Americans, it is critical that they be questioned and placed in custody of U.S. officials without delay,” House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said in a statement.

Officials confirmed to Fox News and other media outlets on Tuesday that several suspects have been charged in connection with the September 2012 attack on the U.S. compound in eastern Libya. The confirmation comes just days after Republicans complained directly to new FBI Director James Comey about the perceived lack of progress in the investigation.

But while charges have been filed, it’s not clear whether any arrests have been made.

Read more: Obama administration urged to arrest Benghazi suspects, after charges filed

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