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Well more now on that Guantanamo Bay -- your one time detaining.
Who were led to believe may have led the attack on the US consulate in Libya.
That's according US intelligence official who told Fox News al-Qaeda was likely involved in the attack.
This is the guy the US released him during the administration of president George W.
And according to his confidential Guantanamo Bay file which the website WikiLeaks released.
Back in 2007 the military turned him over to Libya on the condition that the former dictator there Moammar Gadhafi would keep him in jail.
Clearly he did not the -- -- chief correspondent Jonathan Hunt is with us and has some details tonight -- -- Shut his name is Abu -- down Ben Ku mu he's from the city of -- not that is on the on the coast of Libya.
East from Ben Ghazi and that that obviously is significant because that -- Ghazi is whether US consulate.
Attack took place he was originally a member of what's called the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group but he left in 1993.
And -- to trade at a camp run by Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan in 9018 joined the Taliban in pockets Don.
And then in 2001.
Off to the 9/11 attacks he was arrested by the pakistanis.
And handed over to the US in 2002.
He was transferred to Guantanamo Bay and a report from officials there in 2005.
Described him as quote medium to high risk.
Likely to pose a threat to US interest nonetheless in 2007 he was sent back to Libya on the condition he remained in prison.
He wasn't he was released.
But ironically having B route being released by colonel Gadhafi he then fought to bring the dictated down.
Now according to the experts the group he's believed to lead and south -- -- is one of many competing for influence listen.
Yes you have a relatively pro American government there but that government doesn't have a great -- controlling you have a lot of these terrorists militias running around.
Who have very different agendas and the government and in fact may be anti government.
Now it's important to -- emphasize that there is nothing definitive yet to link.
Bank -- -- to the attack on the consulate but as Michael Singh pointed out there is a growing list.
About Qaeda sympathizers in -- -- that investigators will want to look at this one -- -- very much as you go to congressman just say a person of interest and Jonathan thanks very much.
But human rights group report says.
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