The "Kill List": It's the President's shifting roster of names of high-profile targets. If you're a suspected terrorist, it could be the last list your name appears on before the United States government ends your life. The Obama administration appears to be the first presidential administration to keep such a list.
Was the template for this list was written by the policies of previous administrations? And what does the president's hands-on role in monitoring this list say about his leadership style? Coleen Rowley is a former FBI Special Agent and Division Counsel. Ron Suskind is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and the author of “The Price of Loyalty” and “Confidence Men."