Kucinich: White House Assassination Policy Is Extrajudicial | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Kucinich: White House Assassination Policy Is Extrajudicial

"The assassination policies vitiate the presumption of innocence and the government then becomes the investigator, policeman, prosecutor, judge, jury, executioner all in one. That raises the greatest questions with respect to our constitution and our democratic way of life."

Kucinich says the case of al-Awlaki is an attempt to make "a short-cut around the Constitution," saying, "Short-cuts often belie the deep and underlying questions around which nations rise and fall. We are really putting our nation in jeopardy by pursuing this kind of policy."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Courtesy of the current and past administrations, the US Constitution and Bill of Rights have been totally eviscerated.

Protection under the law, except to large corporations, has ceased to exist.

Comments

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA