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I'd say there is never a moral case for preemptive or preventive attacks, of any sort. There is a certainty of harm being done weighed against a possibility of being harmed. The justifications rely on speculation. The speculation is left to people who have an interest in keeping important information concealed and, in many cases, an interest in lying.

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