Ahmed Abu Khattala
Ahmed Abu Khattala faces an 18-count indictment, including multiple murder counts.
Ahmed Abu Khattala will be kept in federal prison until his trial.
The Homeland Security chairman said Obama is prosecuting criminal cases instead of a war.
Some Libyan officials have hailed the secret raid as a violation of its sovereignty.
"The longer he spends at sea, the less he’s talking," said former CIA deputy Mike Morrell.
“If they bring him to the U.S., they will Mirandize this guy," said Graham.
The U.S. must show that it is up to the challenge of trying high-profile terrorists in the American...
He said the FBI and the intelligence community had nearly two weeks to interview the suspect.
Ahmed Abu Khattala is expected to face trial in U.S. district court.
Homeland chairman said Khattala should be read rights only after his interrogation.
Obama applauded the special forces who arrested an alleged Benghazi mastermind.