Obama's self-image (copyrighted)
In addition, as Ron Paul has pointed out, Anwar al-Awlaki, an American citizen who has never been charged with any crime, was the victim of extrajudicial killing because of the same unconstitutional legalese that defines the entire globe as a “battlefield,” where the constitutional rights of U.S. citizens are declared null and void if they are designated as terrorists by the federal government. His 16-year-old son who was also never charged with any crime was also a victim of state-sponsored assassination.from FBI Director Fails to Refute State-Sponsored Murder of American Citizens on US Soil
While reading this article, it occurred to me that Anwar al-Awlaki might have been set up to serve as a precedent for future cases of such Venetian-style "justice," in which a secret committee decreed death and dispatched assassins.
Did Obama have some reason to be terrified of Andrew Breitbart? Was he going to release something besides the video which some have called a "dud?" Was the "dud" released to give the impression that Obama had no motive for putting a hit out on him?
Considering that Obama, as a British royal henchman, intends to start a "shock [56/11] and awe [29/11]" world war sprinkled with nuclear blasts, and to destroy the majority of the human race (thus explaining why the "battlefield" is global), he probably considers a few murders along to way, intended to further his overall goal, to be nothing.