The U.S. military has a secret plan to cause maximum causalities: the double-tap. First, they bomb a location with an unmanned drone, then, just as help is arriving, another bomb hits the same location. In May 2012, the small village of Ja'ar, Yemen, was hit by a drone strike. The house of a taxi driver was destroyed and the innocent man died. Neighbors rushed to the scene to help and were digging through the rubble when the double-tap came. Because so many civilians were clustered in one place, the death toll skyrocketed to 26 victims. Many of those didn't die in the blast, but rather lingered for several days until they succumbed to massive third-degree burns.