There must have been a lot of them and they must never have slept. Maybe you could argue that Lincoln didn't pull the trigger and didn't burn the buildings but a whole lot of Americans were killed and their properties destroyed during Sherman's March to the Sea.
That wasn’t personal, that was war en masse. This is talking about assassinations.
“...but a whole lot of Americans were killed and their properties destroyed during Sherman’s March to the Sea.”
Your assertion is plain silly. Those poor people were citizens of the CSA, not the USA. You don’t get to have it both ways.
By seceeding, the citizens Confederacy specifically renounced their citizenship in the USA and ALL rights associated with being members of the Union. That’s what the word means. No (or very, very few) United States Citizens were killed by Union soldiers fighting the Confederacy.