WASHINGTON, DC (CNN) - It appears the U.S. didn't get much information from a Benghazi suspect, according to Republican Representative Mike Rogers.
He says Ahmed Abu Khatallah gave little useful intelligence during his two-week detention on a ship heading to the U.S.
"He's been compliant but not cooperative, so I doubt that changed once he was read his rights and he understood that he has the right not to talk at all," Rogers said.
Rogers says more time was needed to question Abu Khatallah.
Sunday he pleaded not guilty to a single count of providing material support to terrorists.
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