Murder in Pakistan
On Sunday evening, May 1, 2011, Barak Obama approached the television cameras in the East Room of the White House and proudly announced that he was a murderer. He asked for and was granted special network time to announce his crime of conspiracy in the premeditated killing of a non US citizen in Pakistan.
I use the term murder because the victim had not been officially charged with any crime by the United States government. In fact, the report issued by the 911 Commission which investigated the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York specifically indicated that there did not exist sufficient evidence against this man to bring him to trial.
Notwithstanding, Barak Obama, ordered him to be attacked and killed and killed he was, according to government reports, shot through the eye and in the chest. The initial government report indicated that he was armed and that he used a woman as a human shield. The government soon changed the story to say that he was not armed and did not use a woman as a shield.
Initial reports said that the body of the victim was recovered and was in the possession of US authorities. Within 20 minutes this story was changed to say that the body had been dumped in the ocean.
The explanation of the reason for the ocean dump of the victim’s body has changed too many times to count any of them as credible.
But this doesn’t seem to matter to most of my fellow countrymen, who, for the most part, are cheering and crowing and, as one analyst put it, “…dancing in the end zone… and spiking the ball as if they had never before scored a touchdown before.”
It’s clear to me that public opinion is favoring the actions of Obama and that he will not be held accountable for this crime. What’s not clear is where this lawlessness will lead.
Is there anybody out there who can explain to me the moral or the legal authority of Barak Obama to murder someone that he didn’t have enough evidence to indict?
If so, would you please contact me? My email is Michael@TheAmericanView.com
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