Kazem al-Mikdadi, an academic researcher at the University of Baghdad, told Al-Monitor, “The decision to kill those wanted instead of arresting them is not politically legitimate according to the constitution. … Naturally, in countries that respect human rights, a wanted person must be arrested, interrogated and handed over for justice, even if he ends up being executed. … What’s important is that it happens according to the law.
… The politicians didn’t denounce the decision of the military generals. … It seems that the law of the jungle prevails.”Oh. My bad. He wasn't talking about American cops who kill the things that frustrate them. He was talking about this.
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