Was Anwar al-Awlaki murdered for telling the truth?
Though never charged with any crime, al-Awlaki, an innocent US citizen and a gifted scholar, was murdered by terrorists posing as US government operatives. (We know they're terrorists, not the government, because by definition the US government is constrained to follow the Constitution; so if they kill US citizens without trial, they're not the government any more.)
Then al-Awlaki's equally innocent child was also murdered.
The cowardly terrorist scum who murder people with predator drones have got to be the sorriest excuses for human beings that ever existed.
Anwar al-Awlaki, a hero and a martyr, was supposedly killed for insisting that Muslims, like all other peoples, have the right to defend themselves against aggression.
But was that the real reason he was killed? Or could it be that he was murdered in part because he exposed the widespread use of false-flag terror by US forces?