From the New York Times:
Originally Posted by Sherman123
Then, on Oct. 14, a missile apparently intended for an Egyptian Qaeda operative, Ibrahim al-Banna, hit a modest outdoor eating place in Shabwa. The intelligence was bad: Mr. Banna was not there, and among about a dozen men killed was the young Abdulrahman al-Awlaki, who had no connection to terrorism and would never have been deliberately targeted.
Killing dozens of cafe patrons in order to kill one suspected "operative" is morally repugnant. When the suspect is not even there we're dealing with outright cold-blooded murder.