Military to Gain Power of Indefinite Detention in Senate Bill

December 8th, 2011

(RealNews) – Ray McGovern​: Amendment to NDAA gives military the right to operate on American soil, detain people without trial for an indefinite period of time including US citizens

2 Responses to “Military to Gain Power of Indefinite Detention in Senate Bill”

  1. CaptGringo Says:

    First they came for the extremists…

  2. David Says:

    It was at that point that they realized that the extremists had for a long time disallowed their empty rhetoric to have even the smallest impact on a free man’s point of view. That simply because the leaders of a nation become traitors does not mean that the people will follow their treasonous and felonious ways it just means that the people will be a little more selective while they replace the leaders that they have. It would have been less messy to avoid the conflict. And how ironic that the legislation that was enacted, The Indefinite Detention Bill, was just the law that was needed for the military to round up the elected leaders and prosecute them all for the attempted murder of the Constitution Of the United States of America. A capital offense.

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