Originally Posted by lcarus
When the terrorist is a US citizen and other innocent people are killed in the crossfire, yeah I have a problem with it. Not because he's a terrorist. Because they can say anything is terrorism and anyone is a terrorist without due process. I mean, yes, **** al-Alwaki, but I'm just seeing this as a slippery slope.
I don't really know if many innocent people end up in the crossfire since they are, by definition, hanging out near serious terrorist threats, but I agree with you about the slippery slope. As long as there aren't more well defined boundaries for this policy and better built-in safeguards, the slippery slope is a danger.
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