Democracy Now! 9 May 2011 The Obama administration launched a drone strike in Yemen last week in an attempt to assassinate a U.S.-born Muslim cleric who has never been convicted of a crime. Anwar al-Awlaki survived the attack, but two suspected members of Al Qaeda died. Democracy Now! speaks to Center for Constitutional Rights senior staff attorney Maria LaHood about the U.S. assassination campaign. It was reported to be the first U.S. drone strike in Yemen in nine years.