Well, what choice did he have?
Well, I agree with Slyme on this. Just putting it out there :p
Oh man... there was a whole discussion about colonization and semantics and I missed it?!?! That’s what I get for sleeping too much 😞
@Slyme quin ooo Luke Cage is a good one.
@lag yeah I know, I didn’t see your reply until it was too late and I don’t know how/if you can delete them 🙃
^all in the same cartoon? That sounds really cool but who would be the main characters? Shifts a lot from X-Men focused to Avengers focused.
Would saying “Young Avengers” be too on the nose?
^^hmm I started reading issue #1 but it didn’t really catch my interest too much. Was kinda excited about reading it but I guess it just wasn’t for me, left me a bit disappointed.
He was hesitant because LOVE S2
But yeah I feel like im just repeating myself at this point. Imma leave now too. Peace ✌️
It doesn’t matter if he was trying to escape though, it’s still murder. There’s no proof that he would. And even if he did, you can’t really justify killing him either. It’s still not set defense, it’s still not combat.
Alright man, see ya ✌️ thanks for the discussion, was fun.
Karli, like Walker, is also an international criminal. She killed defenseless people who she had already captured, sound familiar?
That excuse wouldn’t exactly hold up in an international court room evaluating Walker for war crimes.
Are we considering Walker an American agent or soldier? Either way he is a war criminal.
Soldiers that kill surrendered enemies are war criminals. I don’t think I need to keep repeating myself at this point.
Honestly didn’t expect to have to explain why it’s not ok to kill a surrendered enemy.
Yes, and at that point he is harmless. Killing him at that point is just murder.