The evidence that the US government got into the assassination business

Americans shocked by tales of Russian assassinations in Ukraine and the grisly murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi allegedly by Saudi Arabia might consider the past history of their own government and what rules exist today to prevent a US hit job against a foreign political opponent.

Indeed, the moral debate surrounding political assassination seems murkier and more open-ended now than ever.
Two years ago, President Donald Trump appeared unperturbed during a national television interview with then Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly when asked about doing business with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. In 2006, Putin approved a law allowing assassinations abroad, making them almost commonplace in nearby Ukraine.

Source: The evidence that the US government got into the assassination business (Opinion) – CNN

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