If you put yourself in harm’s way who is responsible for you?

Recently we have seen journalist and aid workers savagely killed in dangerous countries. In some cases the US has attempted to rescue the individuals, but is the US government responsible for protecting people who put themselves in harm’s way? Share your thoughts,

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  • patricknelson750  On February 21, 2015 at 10:31 pm

    Maybe the answer is related to how easy a rescue would be?

  • elogam  On February 21, 2015 at 11:48 pm

    If anyone ventures into harm’s way by lawfully issued orders of the government, we should go in and try to get them if things go south. Some missions it’s understood that if they get caught, Uncle Sam will disavow their existence. Those people know this and are given the option to stay home. But if they opt to go and get caught, Sorry.

    Members of the press are pretty much on their own. Best of luck to them as they pursue their Pulitizers.

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