By Julian Pecquet - 01/08/13 07:37 PM EST
A Tunisian judge on Monday granted Ali ani al-Harzi, a reported member of al Qaeda with ties to the group's Africa terror cell, provisional release, citing a lack of evidence since al-Harzi was detained last March on terrorism charges. His release ends a months-long standoff between Washington and Tunis, which initially refused to give the FBI access to al-Harzi but backed down under heavy pressure from Washington.
Wolf added that he would reintroduce his resolution to create a select committee to probe the Benghazi attack when the House reconvenes next week.
The attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya killed four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens.