Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Where Does the Killing End in Libya?

Ghadafi's son, Saif al-Islam, now faces the death penalty. The International Criminal Court has apparently given up. We'll see how long it takes for the new regime in Libya, whatever it turns out to be, to do to him what the mob did to his father. Premeditated killing by any government or individual is just that and nothing more noble or justified. If it's not self defense or war, it's just plain homicide.


Anonymous dallas car wreck lawyer said...

this case is compelling in that it does indeed call into question where the line between an act of war and an act of murder must be carefully drawn.

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