Justice Department admits killing US citizens with drones is legal.

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  1. rashi

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  2. matt53

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    read this yesterday :smh: Cold world
     
  3. bandit country

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    The "anti war left" is the biggest collective of cowards in this country. They lost their onions when the republican war monger was replaced with the cool democrat war monger. I thought dissent was patriotic.

    Having said that, I hope the outrage over this does generate some kind of meaningful discussion over the war machine.
     
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  4. finnns2003

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    La-li-lu-le-lo

    Next stop is nanomachines and a higher amount of surveillance. It is inevitable.
     
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  5. antidope

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    That Avi plus that response.+1
     
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    War has changed.
     
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  7. wr

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    I saw an episode of frontline recently. they drove the point home that it takes less red tape to go through to put someone on the kill list and execute rather than a wire tap. basically a cell phone has more rights than a human being in this instance.
     
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    How am I supposed to take one down without my high capacity assualt rifle?...Darn
     
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    Call of Duty IRL status
     
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