extingent circumstances - where immediate response in necessary
yes. if we can't go after a US citizen who has participated in killing any other way
no - he must be captured or killed by host governments only
yes. he is a danger just being able to roam
Any American citizen who is engaged in actions against the USA and its citizens has signed his own death warrant.
The USA can, has, and probably will continue to use drones against its citizens who have or are attempting to harm the USA or its citizens when there is no better alternative.
Sometimes a man or a country just has to do what he or it has to do.
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What kind of a moron thinks a terrorist state should be responsible for apprehending a terrorist? That's goin' full retard.no - he must be captured or killed by host governments only
I honestly don't know the answer to that question. Our constitution is supposed to guarantee a status of innocent until proven guilty and protect the right to due process. The best I can come up with is an arrest warrant must first be issued. Every effort must be made to make the suspect aware he is wanted by authorities and to surrender himself at the nearest US Embassy, Consulate or friendly government police for extradition to answer charges back in the US. Along with those alerts a warning that he is considered armed and dangerous and if he does not surrender peacefully in a timely manner, US authorities will have no alternative than to apprehend him by force, which may endanger his safety. I'm also okay with a court proceeding in absentia revoking their US citizenship on the grounds of treason first.
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