Freelance journalist David Case discusses the U.S. government’s program of “targeted assassination” of terrorist suspects and Iraqi enemies, the results of the two major studies of the program (total failure), the U.S. war in Somalia, the lack of legal oversight, the more restrictive Israeli legal precedent, the difficulty of covering the story and overall counter-productive nature of the “War on Terror.”
MP3 here. (32:02)
David Case, a freelance journalist, has written for Mother Jones, Rolling Stone, Men’s Journal, and National Geographic Adventure. He was formerly the executive director of TomPaine.com. More of Case’s work can be found at the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.