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There's a new roadblocks now in the investigation into the deadly terrorist attack on the US consulate -- Ghazi.
We've learned that Egypt has denied American investigators access to the only suspect in custody.
She intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge joins us live now from Washington with some more on this -- -- once again another holdup on this suspect.
Act closer -- -- good morning Fox News has learned the US has been denied direct access to the suspect held an Egyptian custody since the end of last year.
Direct access simply means in this case that US interrogators have not been able to sit in the same room with the suspect to ask their own questions.
Abu Ahmed also known as Mohammed Jamal is suspected of establishing Islamist training camps in eastern Libya.
Where militants who took part in the 9/11 -- Ghazi terrorist attack were able to train.
A -- on it is not suspected of directly taking part in the attack which left four Americans including ambassador Chris Stevens dead.
This is at least the second time US interrogators have been denied access to a suspect held by a foreign government.
In January Tunisian authorities release all her see who is suspected of taking part in the Ben -- terrorist attack.
Citing a lack of evidence FBI agents as you were call finally got access to -- RC.
After the personal intervention of Republican senator Lindsey Graham neither the CIA nor the FBI provide comment to fox on this latest case Marca.
Are we getting any more information from the suspect.
-- that well.
Well officials were not authorized to comment on the record told Fox News.
The Egyptian authorities have been providing to US authorities useful information from their own investigation of Abu -- The implication being that the lack of direct access for US investigators does not mean a total lack of information.
From the suspect in recent confirmation hearings at the president's nominee.
For the CIA was pressed about the Tunisian case and these -- at the FBI had faced.
We have someone who was a suspect in in the and the potential attack on -- any attack on them Ghazi they didn't give us access to him and we don't have any information from.
We -- open our partners across the board and when they are able to detain individuals according to their laws we work to see if we can have the ability to ask them questions sometimes and directly and sometimes directly.
-- spent the role of the CIA Brennan said it was -- To back -- military interrogations these FBI -- briefings and interrogations is a significant.
By our foreign partners critics of the administration read this is more evidence that the CIA is effectively out of the interrogation business altogether more.
Catherine thank you very much and welcome Harris.
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