Re: American Al-Qaeda killed
- From: William Black <blackusenet@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2011 12:20:44 +0100
On 01/10/11 02:24, Matt Wiser wrote:
On Sep 30, 4:31 pm, Fred J. McCall<fjmcc...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:"Ray O'Hara"<raymond-oh...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"William Black"<blackuse...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 30/09/11 20:30, Ray O'Hara wrote:"William Black"<blackuse...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 30/09/11 18:02, Ray O'Hara wrote:
two more bite the dust.
Is the US government allowed to kill US citizens on a whim?
well he was resisting arrest.
Was any effort actually made to arrest him?
He's in The Yemen, a country with which the US has good relations at the
Although the locals have expressed a wish to have a vote now and again...
This hasn't gone down terribly well with the local tyrant though...
if you want a trial you have to show up at court.
If you consider someone a criminal it is considered usual to try and
So far I've seen no evidence that this guy was ever anything but a
Willie, the guy made his stand, you are the classic example of being so open
minded your brains fell out.
Wee Willie is usually a prime illustration of the old saw that there
is a difference between having an open mind and having a hole in your
"Some people get lost in thought because it's such unfamiliar
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Not only was he a propagandist, but he was going more and more
operational. The underwear bomber, the plot to put bombs in printers
and ship them as air cargo, and the Fort Hood shooter. Fair
game....and good shootin' to those involved.
I have no doubt that if brought before a court he would have been convicted.
But he wasn't, and as far as I can tell no attempt was ever made to bring him before one.
Free men have open minds
If you want loyalty, buy a dog...
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