Ahmed Abu Khatallah, accused of involvement in the deadly attacks on a U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi in 2012, entered a not guilty plea at the E. Barrett Prettyman courthouse in Washington, D.C. He was charged with manslaughter and conspiracy to provide material support to terrorism resulting in death, with more charges likely on the way. Wallis Neff, in her first contribution to News2share, was able to speak to reporters who gave their first-hand account to what they saw in the courtroom. Ahmed Abu Khatallah was not able to be filmed or photographed and plead not guilty on all charges.
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