The Day After: San Diegans Reflect on bin Laden's Death

 

San Diego Tribune -- What a difference 3,519 days make.

On Sept. 12, 2001, the day after most Americans were introduced to Osama bin Laden, San Diego County was reeling.

On May 2, 2011, the day after American forces ended bin Laden’s power to terrorize, San Diego County was calm and collected. There were no rallies, no parades, few signs that this was not a typical Monday.

Killing bin Laden was right, said Prof. Matt Zwolinski. “But the use of the state to take human life is a terrifying prospect, and one about which we ought to reflect with the most critical rational scrutiny.” (Full Story)

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