CNN Asks: Should Dorner Be Killed With a Drone Strike?

By | February 13, 2013

CNN Asks: Should Dorner Be Killed With a Drone Strike?

CNN’s Erin Burnett asked whether or not law enforcement should use drones as they try to fine former cop turned revenge killer, Christopher Dorner. Is this what it’s come to? Are drone attacks abroad so normalized that we can honestly ask if drones would be a good idea to use domestically? Cenk Uygur, Jimmy Dore (TYT Comedy) and Ben Mankiewicz (Turner Classic Movies) discuss Burnett’s question and its implications.

Reader comment: Should CNN be hit with a drone? We all know the answer to that!

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5 thoughts on “CNN Asks: Should Dorner Be Killed With a Drone Strike?

  1. arjay001

    The Dorner outcome is still up in the air and someone suggest a drone strike. How are they going to confirm a target? Best guess? I can almost see the headlines, “Innocent jogger killed in drone strike was believed to be murder suspect fleeing police”

      1. arjay001

        Thanks for the link. Sometimes it seems like America just doesn’t care, but then a lot of people do.

        The Welcome message from droneswatch:

        “Welcome to Drones Watch. The purpose of this site is to provide useful information about drones, and to encourage people to become active in efforts to stop killer drones overseas and stop domestic drones from violating our privacy and safety”

  2. Ian C.

    Fear of a psychopath/s randomly killing me, this fear is fed to the public through the media. Let a crazy come and get me I don’t care it’s worth living free. But the scariest thing, the thing that makes me lose sleep at night, are all of the hydrocarbons being burned by the rational, sane people for this is what shall lead us ALL to a certain and permanent end.

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