You have proved nothing. You have zero consistency in your logic, you just think if you arbitrarily call someone a terrorist it has any kind of meaning.I have no doubts but it's not about who kills more, it's about legitimacy to attack in a foreign nation which you falsely claimed the US doesn't have, I've already proven you wrong in comparing between the American attacks on Afghanistan and a Mexican attack on US soil.
How many Yemeni's were behind 9/11 again?Since they became members of an organization responsible for the murder of thousands of Americans.
Its not being investigated in the slightest. One of the people killed in that attack was a 16 year old American citizen. His family has tried to file lawsuits, but they have gotten nowhere. I'm not trying to smear American soldiers in general, as most of them time they go to great lengths to minimize damage. That doesn't change the fact that their are deliberate killing of civilians that are ordered and condoned by the highest levels of government.All the more reason that your case is weak.
I already said that this specific incident could be an act of crime and it could be that the one who operated this specific drone needs to be investigated and punished (again I'm not familiar with the incident so I don't know what actually happened), but that has nothing to do with your claim about American soldiers targeting civilians which is simply untrue and is really demonizing American soldiers.