I don't have time to opine in depth on the issue, and I have been too busy preparing for upcoming travel and a baby birthday to have studied about Uribe's incursion into Ecuador to take out a member of the FARC leadership. But, as I often use PRSI as a one stop shop for major news events, I thought I would make mention of the build-up by Ecuador and Venezuela in response. I, personally, don't see much wrong with what Columbia did in killing Reyes. War is war, and FARC has long been engaged in a war with the government. A recognized military target doesn't cease to be such by running and hiding behind someone's skirt. But, at the same time, the attack appears to have happened without Quito's consent. Certainly Quito has a right to be upset. But, I don't believe they are in a position to treat this as an act of war.