American government did the right thing despite some criticism

I’m very surprised that this lady thinks the way she does although she does have a point but in this case I feel it is very misguided (Emma Marsh letter, May 4, 2011).

For about 12 years now Osama has been organizing murder all over the world the same as Hitler and Stalin did.

The Second World War cost around 60 million lives and there were no court cases until after the war.

Osama organized murder in six or seven countries around the world. In the U.S. there were around 4,000 people killed and many more injured. None of these people were armed and none were found guilty of any crime yet thousands died because of one man’s warped ideology.

As far as I’m concerned “justice is partially done”, there are more that have to be taken out. Have you forgotten that we have lost over 150 soldiers in Afghanistan fighting this warped ideology”

Right now in our world how many dictators believe in your “innocent until proven guilty?”

Who do these dictators think they are with their attitude that they own the multitude and can imprison, torture, rape, and kill the citizens at their will?

I personally feel that Barack Obama was 100% right in killing Osama bin Laden. This murderer and his tribe of killers represent no country, just their ideology.

Bravo President Obama and the U.S. soldiers for a job well done.

You have the right to your opinion but you should remember that thousands of good men and women soldiers lost their lives fighting for your rights. Show some respect for them and not the Osama bin Ladens of the world.

E.T.(Tom) Skor

Red Deer

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