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@93X4TMH from Texas answered…7mos

Only if there is undeniable evidence that they are planning/have committed an attack against our country

@92X5HLD from California answered…7mos

Yes, but only if there is undeniable evidence they are planning to attack our country or have committed an attack against it

@93T2Z95 answered…7mos

No, foreign affairs involvement that does not directly work in the interests of the American people is not a responsibility of the United States government.

@Panagioti999 from Michigan answered…8mos

No, this is a violation of the sovereignty of other nations. Our military should not enter any country without a congressional declaration of war.

@8W2ZDFB from Nevada answered…8mos

Yes but only if they are going to commit an attack against our country or have committed a crime against our country.

@92YHQCV from California answered…9mos

No, they should be instead captured, (humanly) interrogated, given a fair trial, and imprisoned instead because assassinating suspected terrorists can pose a real Public Relations problem for us, whether they are guilty OR NOT.

@dylanziehme from Minnesota answered…9mos

No, suspects should be captured if necessary and possible. If there is an imminent threat, the DoD should have to get an emergency warrant from a federal judge to ensure they meet the burden of proof.

@92WX6NZ from Illinois answered…9mos

Yes, but only if there's undeniable evidence that they've attacked or are planning to attack our country

@92DC6RN from Pennsylvania answered…10mos

Yes, but only if there is large evidence that they plotted to attack or have attacked.

 @MSelvig from Wyoming answered…10mos

Each situation is different, and I cannot give a blanket answer on this question.

@9299B9H from Minnesota answered…10mos

No captured and interrogated and decided punishment based on what they have done

@925J4Q8 from Missouri answered…10mos

Depends on if they have attacked, or if we just have pure evidence that they will

@8ZVJ2LM from North Carolina answered…11mos

I have very mixed feelings about this subject if they have attacked and caused pain and suffering i think assassinate but if they haven't done anything but did have inevitable plans i think imprison and interrogate.

 Deleted answered…11mos

No, capture, interrogate, and imprison them instead No, they should be captured and given a fair trial

No, we should not assassinate any suspected terrorist without concrete, undeniable evidence that they are trying to attack our country. Also, once such evidence were to manifest itself then we should obtain both Congressional approval along with approval from that sovereign state to enter their country to capture them along with a fair trial instead.

 @ForWheelen from Florida answered…11mos

Yes because I view that as a military operation therefore due process would not apply. However there must be some compelling evidence

@8ZGPKM9 from Missouri answered…11mos

yes only if they are authorized as some against and a risk to the USA

@8ZDTRL7 from Georgia answered…11mos

Yes, but only if theirs undeniable evidence that they are planning an attack on our country and if the country of the terrorist is made aware of their assassination

@8R6XWGN from Texas answered…11mos

Yes, but only if there is undeniable evidence that they have or are planning to attack any country

@8ZCGKPD from Texas answered…11mos

yes, but only if there is undeniable evidence that they have or are planning to attack any country

 @RickStewart from Iowa answered…12mos

The US should assassinate no one, ever. The Constitution provides for war when necessary, and for justice for all, when we are not at war.

@8Z4TVW3 from Wisconsin answered…12mos

why do we care? if they're in other countries then we should just make sure they don't come here

 Deleted answered…12mos

No, capture, interrogate, and imprison them instead No, they should be captured and given a fair trial

No, we should not assassinate any suspected terrorist without concrete, undeniable evidence. Also, once such evidence were to manifest itself then we should obtain both Congressional approval along with approval from that sovereign state to enter their country to capture and give them a fair trial instead.

 Deleted answered…12mos

No, capture, interrogate, and imprison them instead No, they should be captured and given a fair trial

No, we should not assassinate any "suspected" terrorist without concrete, undeniable evidence. Also, once such evidence were to manifest itself then we should obtain both Congressional approval along with approval from that sovereign state to enter their country to capture and give them a fair trial instead.

 Deleted answered…12mos

No, capture, interrogate, and imprison them instead No, they should be captured and given a fair trial

No, we should not assassinate any "suspected" terrorist without concrete, undeniable evidence that they are planning to attack our nation. Also, once such evidence were to manifest itself then we should obtain both Congressional approval along with approval from that sovereign state to enter their country to capture and give them a fair trial instead.

@8YYBYBH from California answered…12mos

No, because it could be someone innocent, maybe ask them questions and report but don't kill them on sight that would only make a bigger mess.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, if they are confirmed (not just suspected) terrorists who are planning to attack our country and we are unable to capture and interrogate them

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, the United States should not assassinate any suspected terrorist without concrete, undeniable evidence that they have/are planning to attack our nation. Also, once such evidence were to manifest itself then we should obtain both congressional approval along with approval from that sovereign state to enter their country to capture and give them a fair trial instead.

@8YMZ879 from California answered…1yr

not until they have full proof that the person is really a terrorist and if not able to capture then take out.

@8Y4RVFN from North Carolina answered…1yr

Capture, interrogate, and imprison first. If that leads to the possible threat, then assassinate. However, no civilians should be hurt in the process.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, but only if gathered intelligence reveals undeniable evidence that they are terrorists who have planned an imminent attack against our country

@8XNVQ8R from North Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, But only if there is undeniable evidence they are planning or have committed an attack against our country

@8XVDJS6 from Minnesota answered…1yr

Well really no. They are 'Suspected" terrorist, that doesn't really mean you know if they are or not. Unless you research them and they have a bad background, you need to first look into the person before killing them. You never know who you're assassinating

@8XQ89RL from South Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, but only if there is undeniable evidence they are planning to attack the country or if they have committed an attack against the country

@8XR2TYT from Michigan answered…1yr

no beuase they should question themmand get information out f them

@8XM9TJS from New York answered…1yr

@8XGX4DL from Missouri answered…1yr

Yes, but only if there is undeniable evidence that they are planning to attack our country or that they already have.

@8XGV442 from Utah answered…1yr

Yes, if they are planning to harm our country or out people and or if they already have

@8XGQ7PW from Idaho answered…1yr

No, they should be captured and given a fair trial if there is undeniable evidence that they have or are planning to attack our country

@8XFNL5B from Minnesota answered…1yr

NO because they as a human should have the right to fight them selves. You should bring them to the U.S. then trial against them with hard evidence. Then the judge will do what s/he thinks is best.

@8X5XV2Z from Vermont answered…1yr

Yes, but only if there is either undeniable evidence they have committed an attack against our country or if there is undeniable evidence they are planning to attack our country

@8X58PYF from California answered…1yr

@8X2B6GG from North Carolina answered…1yr

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