Due Process? A Drone Was Used To Blow Up A US Citizen Without Trial This Week

Whiskey Tango Texas

http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/media/120721/drone.jpg?width=439px&height=230pxThe Dallas shootings have ushered in a very new world for US citizens. For the very first time, drones have been used on US soil to kill Americans without trial or charges. The suspected shooter in yesterday’s tragic killings, US Army veteran Micah Xavier Johnson, was, according to police and press reports, holed up in a parking garage and would not give himself up. After hours of what police claimed were fruitless negotiations with Johnson, a weaponized robot was sent to where he was hiding and blown up, taking Johnson with it.

Get past the horror of what Johnson was accused of doing and think about that precedent for a moment. Is it not chilling?

RPI regular contributor Peter Van Buren, a retired State Department official who did a tour in Iraq, put a very fine point on the “robot” bomb:

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8 thoughts on “Due Process? A Drone Was Used To Blow Up A US Citizen Without Trial This Week

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