Should Human Rights Violations , Like Assassinating Kim Jong - Un Of North Korea , Ever Be Committed?
Given the volatile situation, better late than never doesn’t even seem to be an option.
Consequently, it should come as no surprise the U.S. is again considering committing another human rights violation, like assassinating a foreign leader to prevent more bloodshed or a major war.
In fact, Kim Jong-un was already in the crosshairs for more than an hour with a variety of nearby precision-fire platforms.
In other words, the U.S. “almost” fired a precision missile that would have killed North Korea’s strongman and others close by. For some, dodging international law and preemptive violence is better early than late.