Suspect in Benghazi US Consulate Attack in Custody

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A suspect in the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi is in custody in Tunisia.

Fox News reported that Tunisian Ali Ani al-Harzi was identified by video taken from the consulate's surveillance cameras.

Authorities in Turkey detained al-Harzi at an airport in the days following the attack. He was carrying fake travel documents.

Fox News said U.S. intelligence used facial recognition technology to identify al-Harzi from images taken at the consulate that night.

However, the United States is not able to interrogate the suspect because he is now in Tunisian custody.

Is there more fallout coming from the Benghazi attack? CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck shared more, on CBN News Morning News, Nov. 1.

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Erick Stakelbeck

Erick Stakelbeck

CBN News Correspondent

Erick Stakelbeck is a sought after authority on terrorism and national security issues with extensive experience in television, radio, and print media. Stakelbeck is a correspondent and terrorism analyst for CBN News.  Follow Erick on Twitter @Staks33.