Created 04/22/2012 - 1 year ago
(New York, NY) – Remarks by a US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) official suggesting the agency is not legally bound by the laws of war underscore the urgent need for the Obama administration to transfer command of all aerial drone strikes to the armed forces, Human Rights Watch said today.
CIA General Counsel says #CIA not bound by laws of war; @HRW calls for transfer of #drone attacks from CIA to military http://t.co/UCRXDlpl
Transfer CIA Drone Strikes to Military http://t.co/vSIvRSRF MAKE THE CHANGE BUY " Divine Meditations and Affirmations" http://t.co/Yg8fsNdz
RT @DroneScape: Human Rights Watch asks the US govt to transfer drone strikes from CIA to military control. http://t.co/jjceXaWF
How can the CIA say that it's not legally bound by the rules of war? Human Rights Watch calls them out: http://t.co/XAsTyNMS
RT @AliDayan: #US Must Ensure #CIA Abides by International Law in Drone Strikes or transfer ops to military says @HRW http://t.co/s9YkUg7E
RT @andreaprasow: The US should transfer CIA drone strikes to the military http://t.co/CqN1OjC1 There is no "CIA exception" to international law.
RT @RBenn38486 RT @salimb94: US: Transfer #CIA #Drones Strikes to #Military http://t.co/CBvsec7W #freedomisntfree
@HRW CIA's suggestion not bound by laws of war when conducting drone strikes suggests laws of war aren't laws at all: http://t.co/DPJIbJUx