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Benghazi suspect's capture overdue [Letter]

Weeks after the attack in Benghazi, American reporters interviewed Ahmed Abu Khatallah at a cafe in Libya, so why did it take our government almost two years to capture him and why now on Fathers Day ("Benghazi suspect was planning more attacks, U.S. tells U.N.," June 18)?

It appears that he was hiding in plain sight. This is just another sign of how our government's leaders are not qualified to do the jobs they are elected or appointed to do.

J. Heming, Baltimore

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