"Even when you don’t see them, you can hear them, you know they are there."
"Drones are always on my mind. It makes it difficult to sleep. They are like a mosquito."
"When you can hear the drone circling in the sky, you think it might strike you. We’re always scared. We always have this fear in our head."
"They're always surveying us, they're always over us, and you never know when they're going to strike and attack. Everyone is scared all the time."
Théorie du drone (fr), Grégoire Chamayou, La fabrique éditions, 2013.
Living Under Drones : Death, Injury, and Trauma to civilians from US Drone Practices in Pakistan,
International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic,Stanford Law School.
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