In 1995, U.S. government forces killed 77 people
(possibly innocent victims, possibly armed Separatists)
in Waco, Texas.
Partially in retaliation, partially out of overall hatred for the U.S. goverment,
Timothy McVeigh orchestrated the bombing of a U.S. government facility in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The bomb killed over 150 people, including 16 children.
McVeigh called their deaths "collateral damage."
In 1999, Yugoslav government forces killed 37 people
(possibly innocent victims, possibly armed separatists)
in Racak, Yugoslavia.
Partially in retaliation, partially out of overall hatred for the Yugoslav government,
Bill Clinton orchestrated the bombing of civilan and government facilities throughout Yugoslavia.
The bombs killed over 500 people, including 79 children.
Clinton associate Jamie Shea called their deaths "collateral damage".
Timothy McVeigh was tried, found guilty and sentenced to death.
Bill Clinton now collects a taxpayer-funded pension and is paid to lecture to community groups.