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Legal Issues Related to the Lethal Targeting of U.S. Citizens Suspected of Terrorist Activities
Jennifer K. Elsea (au)
The killing of Anwar Al-Awlaki and another U.S. citizen by airstrike in Yemen, although never officially attributed to U.S. military action,1 has fueled the ongoing debate about the legal propriety of targeted killings, in particular where a U.S. citizen is targeted or killed. While the Obama Admin. has not released a detailed description of the legal rationale undergirding the targeting policy, some insight into the Admin.ńˇ╗s thinking can be gleaned from speeches given by high-ranking Admin. officials and government filings in a legal case brought by Awlakińˇ╗s father in an effort to enjoin military operations against his son. This report attempts to clarify the debate by providing legal background, setting forth what is known about the Admin.ńˇ╗s position and identifying possible points of contention among legal experts and other observers, including the view from abroad. This is a print on demand report.
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