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Classified document defines under what circumstances a death strike is warranted

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RE: Due process is dead
By othercents on 2/7/2013 5:05:25 PM , Rating: 2
So now the question is if the person was a citizen. Since the constitution only address the general idea of natural citizenship in the 14th Amendment, the Immigration and Nationality Act specifically states how one becomes a citizen and how one can lose their citizenship. The question now becomes, who determines someone is no longer a citizen and was that process followed and can that be determined as due process?

Once you are no longer a citizen you fall under international law. Another question is if a rocket into a crowd of people is the correct response to kill one person. Obviously it would be better if we used other means to take out a single target without the extra casualties.

BTW. The 16 year old was a casualty of war, not someone targeted. He happened to be with a group of people where someone was a target.


RE: Due process is dead
By hero_of_zero on 2/9/2013 5:44:51 PM , Rating: 2
"BTW. The 16 year old was a casualty of war, not someone targeted. He happened to be with a group of people where someone was a target."

I never knew the USA at war with Yemen.I know Yemen getting paid per day for the USA to go blowing sh1t up in there btw.Funny seems like the usa only 1 to my current memory that can be allowed on other nation lands n kill people in the open with their military and not even be at war with the said nation.
Man going to be fun when china get in the game of playing this war on terror and flying shit in in other nations and openly killing people when they not even at war with the nations they are blowing people up in .


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