Talk:We Killed Yamamoto

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I can't help but wonder if it is worth noting that the "evidence" which Bartlett takes as his logical reason for killing the Qumari defense minister is actually quite ambiguous. Bartlett initially told them, "you don't have it"; meaning that the evidence they had presented him with was not sufficient to justify killing the Qumari Minister of Defense - they had to be "d*mn sure." However, the comments from the eavesdropping made by Shareef are actually quite ambiguous - "the evil one must be defeated," etc., things along those lines. For all Bartlett knew, he was talking about how TERRORISM must be defeated, or perhaps something totally unrelated. No where is the United States mentioned. But Bartlett CHOSE to interpret the comments in a certain way. I have no doubt that this was done intentionally and I think maybe it was even intended to show that the man was actually innocent. The initial evidence, remember, was obtained by the Russians, under torture. I wonder if this speculation is valid enough to be added to the article. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 03:35, 31 December 2009 (UTC)