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No, I'm not suggesting drone strikes on WikiLeaks

Posted on August 02, 2010 by Marc Thiessen

My colleague Eva Rodriguez notes that I state in my column today that because WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a non-U.S. person operating outside the United States, the government “can employ not only law enforcement, but also intelligence and military assets, to bring Assange to justice and put his criminal syndicate out of business.” She asks: Am I suggesting a drone strike or special ops raid?

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