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Topic - Michelle Peterson
Benghazi terrorist suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala will remain in federal custody after his defense conceded it was the current best course of action during a hearing Wednesday.
Lawyers for Benghazi terrorist suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala said Wednesday their client is innocent of accusations that he helped lead the attack that killed four Americans, including a U.S. ambassador.
Ms. Peterson did, however, say her legal team was reserving the right to protest the detention in the future.
"It's incredibly difficult for us to defend Mr. Khattala against the charges against him when there has been no evidence presented," she said.