Joeldi wrote:So you're all celebrating that someone was killed. Not brought to trial, not given a chance to answer for his crimes, just off handedly killed in a bomb attack. Whatever happened to being better than the enemy?
Once your kill count passes the triple digits, you pretty much forfeit your rights. Quick death is us being the better person - I'd have prefered to see him rot a few decades in solitary.
...but really. The guy who masterminded the cold-blooded murder of at least 3500 people without remorse, the same one who has repeatedly eluded capture for more than a decade, you're saying we're in the wrong for killing him where we could get him? There's a point at which you have to get off the moral high horse - he's dead either way, right now or after three lifetime sentences plus one hundred in prison. What was he going to answer for? He already did confess to all his crimes in the form of boastful responsibility tapes.
I intentionally avoided violating Godwin's Law, but it seems I was beaten to the punch.