There are only a handful of cases where U.S. military members maliciously killed innocents. They are in prison for the rest of their lives.BUT US forces have also killed innocent civilians. Now granted the US forces more than likely did not mean to kill those innocent civilians.
It might not, but I can tell you with absolute certainty that they know the difference.But does that matter to the relatives of those killed?
Because terrorism is about intent. Either because of some ideological reason or to serve a purpose other than just to kill.Wouldn't they consider it a terrorist act by the US?
Think about what you are suggesting. Every murderer is a terrorist? Hardly. Everyone who accidently kills someone is a terrorist? No.
Terrorist do not just kill; they terrorize, purposely, for the intent of coercion or intimidation.