Originally Posted by captain planet
After due process, which protects all of us, that is fine.
Doesn't bother me one bit that we killed the guy. He was out there providing aid and comfort to the enemy while arming those that were killing American Soldiers in a war zone. He got due process. The military had "actionable intelligence" and enough evidence to support an operation against an enemy combatant.
You take the actions needed in war to kill the enemy. I can't believe ANY American would even suggest otherwise.
He lost all his rights when he joined the other side. He committed treason, screw his due process.