Wait, domestic terrorism is subjective? Isn't there like a law that specifically uses the term "domestic terrorism". If she is convicted by said law, or charges would be classified as such currently, then it is hardly subjective
Seriously though, I the word domestic does make sense in this case - the terrorist is terrorizing their own home country.
OTOH, I've seen some people say "domestic" when they really mean "inside USA" in the absolute sense (as opposed to relative) and it kinda pisses me off, seeing USians think they're the center of the world.
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