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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Colonel Tom Parker
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"We don't believe that the justification [offered by Mr. Brennan] stands up under international humanitarian law," he added.
"Where there's a war, for example in Afghanistan, [drone strikes] are a legitimate weapon of war," said Tom Parker, a former British government security official who is now head of Amnesty International's counter-terrorism program. "The problem comes when you make the unprecedented claim that you are in a world-wide conflict with a non-state actor."