"He (Gaddafi) was not in the room when the bomb fell on the building. We saw him on television the day after that," Bouchard said, adding the attack was "about command and control nodes, not about individuals."
It is ridiculous the way these military casuists split hairs.
What's sad is that that sort of hypocrisy has become normal.
Then again compared to the firebombings and atomic raids of WWII that purported to have military objectives, it's rather minor.
I'm no fan of Qadaffi, but the idea that military pretends only to attack places where commands are given without targeting the commanders themselves is ridiculous.
If they want to target the leaders of the Libyan state then they should admit it. Of course, being hypocrites, they won't.
So typical. So typical. The Air Force is chock full of sociopaths.
It's hard to see how someone could direct one of those remote control drones without being a sociopath.