FNC: DOJ Drops Charges Against Arms Dealer Who Threatened to Reveal Clinton’s Role in Arming Libyan Islamists

Arms dealer had threatened to expose Hillary Clinton’s talks about arming anti-Qadhafi rebels

SCOTT: "The Obama Administration is moving now to drop all charges against an arms dealer who threatened to expose a plan by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to arm anti-Gaddafi rebels in Libya back in 2011. Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge live in Washington with that. Catherine?"
HERRIDGE: "Thank you, Jon. I'm working with senior executive producer Pamela Brown. We secured only TV interview with arms dealer Marc Turi. Based on the interview, court documents and e-mails from Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill, Turi makes a compelling case. The Obama Administration authorized a covert weapons program to arm the Libyan rebels in 2011 that spun out of control." 

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