You sound pretty sure of yourself, considering you admit you have absolutely nothing to work with.
"Bombed a US citizen on US soil" and "execution" are incredibly misleading and sensationalist descriptions. Why do I feel like you would be happier if five more officers died in
order to shoot the guy?
They strapped a bomb onto the back of a robot and blew up a citizen of the US inside of the US without any due process. Is it excusable, probably. But again, the only information we have on what happened, so far, is from the very same source that did this. That is a huge conflict of interest. It's a terribly frightening precedent to continue.
I'm not happy about any of what happend. I'm actually quite upset at the actions of all parties in these situations (LA, MN and Dallas.) The government is playing the victim in all of this. News pages everywhere are displaying all of the victims in all of this. What if... for just one second we consider what they're telling us isn't the complete truth. It's our duty as citizens to at least consider it. It's our duty to question what we're being told and not take it like spoon fed children.
So again, the narrative being given right now, is probably true. But when a lot of people are killed in public and our government uses a remotely controlled bomb to kill someone, there'd better be a lot of different sources doing their own investigations to verify WTF actually happened. You can be sure there are going to be actions taken by our government account of this event and the government is going to use it as justification for those actions.
None of what happened yesterday is out of the realm of probability when our governments have been doing nothing about police abuse of citizens (of any color.) Anyone watching this chess board knows that eventually, something like this, would come to a head, all the governments have to do is nothing. Now that an event has occurred, from their lack of action, I'm sure they're going to be rewarded with more power of some kind, money, rights, hell maybe an executive order or maybe what they take away from this is... "A bunch of our citizens are killed in public, we set off a bomb to kill one of them and they're not even going to ask anyone but us what happened."