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Did al-Awlaki deserve his day in U.S. court?
By Byron McNutt

ACCORDING TO Pentagon estimates, there have been about 2,000 foreign militants killed by U.S. drone attacks, plus one U.S. citizen. Some people have a problem with that. What do you think?
Did U.S. citizen and al-Qaeda terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki, the New Mexico-born radical Islamist cleric, deserve due process before being assassinated by a U.S. drone missile in the wilds of Yemen while riding in a vehicle on Sept. 30?
A number of liberals have argued that very few U.S. citizens should ever be assassinated by

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 10:39 AM
 

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+1 #1 2011-10-25 23:44
In my estimation, Anwar had to all extents renounced his citizenship by his actions. In that regard, I believe that the military was correct in their pursing this course of action to nullify the danger he represented.
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