The Navy SEALS was doing some major work this past weekend. According to Pulse of Radio,
A suspected Libyan al-Qaida member was captured by U.S. special forces in Libya’s capital of Tripoli on Saturday (October 5th), one of two assaults that day. The Libyan government asked the U.S. Sunday to explain what it called the “kidnapping” by Delta Force operators of Abu Anas al-Libi, who’s accused of involvement in the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya. He’s been on the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list since it was introduced soon after the 9/11 attacks and there was a $5 million reward for him. Al-Libi’s brother told AP that 10 commandos in several vehicles surrounded the alleged militant when he parked his car after returning from dawn prayers and grabbed him. He was quickly taken out of the country, and the U.S. said he’s being held in a secure location. Hours earlier on Saturday, meanwhile, a Navy SEAL team swam ashore in Somalia and attacked a beachside home. There was stronger resistance than expected, however, and after a firefight the SEALs took off without capturing their target, a leading militant in the al-Qaida-linked group al-Shabab, which carried out the recent Kenyan mall attack.
The President don’t play when it comes to getting terrorist.