After more than two moncler sale cheap months,Libya’s investigation into the attack on the U.S. Consulate inBenghazi appears in limbo. Key security commanders and witnesses say they were never questioned. No suspects have been named, and gunmen seen participating in the assault walk freely in the eastern Libyan city.

Hanging over the probe is a fear of reprisals from extremist militiamen. Farag al-Fazani, a young commander of a Libyan security force commissioned to protect the U.S.post at the time of the Sept. 11 attack, says he sees militants he reco  moncler sale gnizes from that chaotic night.

They recognize him too.

“I get death threats by phone (saying) you are an infidel and spilling your blood is permitted,” said al-Fazani. “No one can protect me. I see them and they know me.”

The dangers in the city are clear. On Wednesday, the head of one of the city’s security agencies, National Security chief Col. Farag el-Dersi, was shot to death by three attackers as he headed home from work. It is the latest  moncler outlet in a string of killings of officials with no word on who is behind them, though there is no indication they are connected to the investigation.

U.S.and Libyan leaders have sworn to hunt down those who carried out the Sept. 11 assault, in which gunmen blasted their way into the consulate compound after nightfall and killed four Americans, including the U.S.ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens. Most officials and witnesses have blamed fighters from Ansar al-Shariah, an moncler jackets Islamic extremist militia in the city. But much remains unexplained — including what was the attack’s motive, why did Libyan security pull back from the consulate and even what time the attack started, much less the bigger questions of whether outside terror groups like al-Qaida had a hand.

The FBI, which sent a team to Tripoliimmediately after the attack to work with Libyan investigators, has said nothing about its  moncler coats findings so far. At FBI headquarters inWashington, spokesman Michael Kortan on Wednesday declined to comment on the Libyan’s conduct of the probe.

At United Nations headquarters in New York, U.S.Ambassador Susan Rice told reporters, “You know the FBI and the State Department’s Accountability Review Board are conducting investigations as we speak. And they will look into moncler online all aspects of this heinous terrorist attack, to provide what will become the definitive accounting of what occurred.”