Libyan al-Qaeda member Allibi was accused of participating in and organizing the 1998 US Embassy in Kenya, killing 244 people.
China News Service, February 11th According to foreign media news, the US media posted a video on the Internet on the 10th. The video shows that the US military arrested a Libyan nationality in the Libyan capital of Tripoli in 2013. The detailed process of organizing members.
In this black and white video clip, the computer expert Abu · Anas · Albibi drove back to his home at around 6:38 in the morning, followed by a car After the white van stopped, at least three men with guns jumped out of the car. The second car forced Arlibi’s car and a car was stuck at the intersection.
A few men in the picture quickly slammed Arlibi in the car and were forced into the van. It is reported that the arrest process took no more than 2 minutes, and the video was obtained from nearby roadside surveillance.
The US side has previously confirmed that the US Special Operations Force arrested Albibi in Tripoli but did not describe the details of any action. After that, Albibi was escorted to New York for trial, where he was accused of participating in and organizing the 1998 US Embassy in Kenya, killing 244 people. Arlibi refused to plead guilty.
According to reports, the US Department of Defense and other administrative agencies did not respond to this video, nor did they issue a statement denying the authenticity of the video.
Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang