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  1. Ok, but Al-Awlaki's actions were no different than those of Osama Bin Laden who was killed in almost the same way. Perhaps extrajudicial killing is wrong but what could the government have done to take care of this active terrorist if it wasn't feasible to bring him to the US from Yemen? The video you showed me above implies that the person hasn't broken a law. Awlaki has clearly committed treason and is fighting alongside our enemny so there is a pretty big difference.
  2. I could not find any posts on Awlaki and his due process rights except this post: http://forum.ObjectivismOnline.com/index.php?showtopic=19477&hl=awlaki&fromsearch=1 Although this article makes a great point regarding citizenship, Awlaki was still legally considered a citizen so it doesn't help with my question. Ron Paul recently criticized the administration for denying a US citizens his rights to due process by "assassinating" him. He stated, "I don't think that's a good way to deal with our problems," Paul told reporters. "Al-Awlaki was born here; he is an American citizen. H
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