Individual rights tend to fall by the wayside during wars. Some of these things though create concerning precedents. If it could happen to one person, what really is there, in terms of legal justification, to stop it from happening to someone else under very different circumstances? Do we just have to trust the discretion of the officials administering the law? I don't know, I'd like a little more legal safeguard written into the law. If someone in another country that's being occupied resists U.S. forces, and they're suspected of being with ISIL, what should we do with them? Maybe they can't know for sure whether the captured suspect was really a member of ISIL or not.