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Originally posted by The Sword
Reply to post by allprowolfy
Aren't you an aussie, mate? Why so much concern about Americans when you have Julia Gillard to worry about?
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Originally posted by Sinnthia
Originally posted by wcitizen
Yes, he was wanted - that means he needed to be questioned, charged and go through a proper legal process.
To say that someone is 'wanted' isn't a warrant to murder them - otherwise everyone on the FBI wanted list could simply be executed in the same way. This is what people keep forgetting, and yet this is a very important point, and it's a very dangerous precedent to support.edit on 5-5-2011 by wcitizen because: (no reason given)
He openly declared war upon the US and engaged in acts of war agains the US and it's interests. There is a big difference between being wanted for murder and being wanted as a military adversary, is there not? You know how many people have been killed in the two wars in the Middle East? Are you worried about all their trials or just Osama?