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Date Created:July 22, 2013

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233 CANNON House OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON, 20515--4610 
FRANK WOLF 
10TH DISTRICT, VIRGINIA (202) 225-5136 
COMMITTEE APPROPRIATIONS 13873 PARK CENTER ROAD SUITE 130 SUBCOMMITTEES: 
HERNDON, 20171 
(703) 709-5800 
CHAIRMAN-COMMERCE-JUSTICE-SCIENCE 
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CO-CHAIR-TOM LANTOS 
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION 

July 22, 2013 wolf.house.gov 
The Honorable Chuck Hagel 
Secretary Defense 
The Pentagon Room 880 
Washington 20301 
Dear Secretary Hagel: Friday, spoke the floor the House question why, nearly year after the 
terrorist attack Benghazi, not single terrorist has been brought justice, even though 
upwards 100 terrorists may have been involved the deadly attacks the consulate and 
annex. 

More than two months ago, the Associated Press reported that, "The U.S. has identified five men who might responsible for the attack the diplomatic mission Benghazi, Libya, last year, and has enough evidence justify seizing them military force suspected terrorists, officials say. But there not enough proof try them U.S. civilian court the Obama administration prefers. The men remain large while the FBI gathers evidence." this accurate and, so, who the administration made the decision not use military force bring these terrorists justice immediately, but instead allow them walk free until enough evidence gathered try them U.S. civilian court? Equally important, who made the decision that U.S. court the appropriate venue bring these terrorists justice? you may know, over the weekend Gen. Carter Ham (ret.) attributed lack progress detaining any terrorists Libya's "fragile" government -even though many the terrorist suspects were reportedly foreign fighters and may not even Libya anymore. unlikely that the Libyan government, many other governments the region, will stable 

cooperative for very long time. 
Best wishes.