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Fox News is being told about a smoking gun concerning the origin of last month's.
Deadly terror attack in Libya.
And we have new information tonight about one of the suspects.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge is with me now good evening Catherine.
Thank you -- good evening Tunisian national Ali on the -- hard as he was arrested in Turkey is now being held by the Tunisian authorities in connection with the Ben -- attack on 9/11.
He's described to Fox News as a suspected participants and not a commander of the assault.
Al -- is among some two dozen individuals on a list of potential suspects who are linked to be -- through intelligence traffic.
Which includes intercepts in L cars use case -- -- close circle of friends as well as surveillance camera video from the compound Republican congressman Mike Rogers is chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
I am not comfortable with the where we are today in tracking the folks that identifying tracking.
And bringing to justice the people who killed an American ambassador.
Military experts say the use of mortars at the -- source CIA outpost in Ben Ghazi deserves special scrutiny.
Because it is inconsistent with the administration's early -- -- -- of the attack as spontaneous or opportunistic.
They use -- this mortar -- effective piece is clearly the smoking gun and showing that this was a pre planned terrorist operation.
Well the NS was struck during the second wave of the attack at approximately 0430.
The most plausible scenario is that the mortar location was designated in advance when visual contact with the target was possible the -- -- Probably set up during hours of daylight so they can make sure they had again the didn't accomplish things on.
Given the first two mortars nearly missed the -- -- with the subsequent to -- making direct hits us experts say the morning team had help on the ground more evidence of coordination and premeditation.
A spotter has to see the initial strike of the rounds and it just did that.
And in distance so that the next several rounds lands directly on the target from a military perspective that's graduate level work.
Fox News is told that the attackers also use so called blocking teams to block of any passes between the consulate and the enix about a mile away.
He -- officials insist the attackers and specifically the mortar team -- battle hardened after the uprising against the Libyan dictator Moammar Qaddafi.
And that they had the ability to pull together that operation.
On the day without advance planning -- Okay Catherine we'll stay on thank you activist.
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