Can you point out in what way it is different in principle, aside from the part of who is issuing it? If not, and if it's as such a 'condemned act and unjust judgment' as you pretend to claim in one instance, then I gather it would be so to you in the other instance too, or not? Do you mean to say that a 'condemned act and unjust judgment' becomes commended and just solely by virtue of who is issuing it, irrespective of the judgment/act itself? If tomorrow it was found out that the Chechen was commanded by the Ayotallah, does the Chechen guy's act (which you now appear to condemn) suddenly become just and commended?
It is called "context".
I dont argue based on speculation, or supposition. Dont waste my time with your BS and mental gymnastics. Just reading your post is repulsive because you always try to flip things around.
I told you I dont have to necessarily support Ayatollah Khomeini's fatwa. That fatwa has a context though.
The hadith of Asma which is rejected as fabrication also has a context. It clearly portrayed her as the propagator of war and assassination.
I dont support mockery and rudeness. Similarly, if someone acts rudely, I dont think any jack who happens to be Muslim, without context and major reasons and by a professional ruling by an Islamic jurist should bring out his knife and commit slaughter.