http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/3014850.stm I have to admit to being a little confused by this. And don't get this wrong I'm not jumping on the anti-US band wagon - I am genuinely confused. How is it that US forces are allowed to attack vehicle convoys without apparently knowing who is in them? The story suggests that 20 people were taken captive at the site and released shortly after. DNA testing is now being carried out to try to work out who was killed. Furthermore, it appears that the attack may have taken place on Syrian soil. I'm just utterly lost as to how the US can take a decision to attack a convoy without knowing who is in it or even in which country it is?