Friday, February 8, 2013
The "Century Marks" section of the February 6, 2013 issue of Christian Century contained the following item (citing the source as Business Insider, December 12):
New York University student Josh Begley has been tweeting about every U.S. drone strike since 2002. He has pointed out a tactic called "double tap," which is considered by some a war crime. It involves a strike on the first responders who try to rescue the people hit in the initial strike.
If the double tap is indeed American policy, it should be deeply troubling to all Americans.
I would like to know: do we make it a practice to target with a drone strike those who are responding to an earlier strike?
I have contacted many media figures asking them to look into this matter but have received no response and, so far as I know, it has not been mentioned on the air...