8 British SAS Special Forces Soldiers were taken captive by a group of rebels in Libya. (Report photo left.)
The report claims that:
Eight SAS men, in plain clothes but armed, were captured as they escorted the diplomat in eastern Libya. The SAS soldiers were taken to Benghazi, the rebel stronghold, where they are being interrogated.
Aside from the obvious "SAS captured by rebels," what will this mean in terms of coming support and aid from the British and all western government if these rebels are intent on spitting in the face of those that are offering aid? Link to Story