BREAKING: Senate Moves to Eliminate Indefinite Detention Provision of NDAA


BREAKING: Senate Moves to Eliminate Indefinite Detention Provision of NDAA

Senate to eliminate indefinite detention from NDAA

Despite the alarming amount of screams and protests from the American people, Congress overwhelmingly supported passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which, among other things, allowed for the indefinite detention of Americans without charge or trial should they be arrested or held under suspicion of very loosely-based definitions for domestic terrorism.

A super-majority 86% of Senators supported the measure, although many probably never even read it, which was signed by President Obama while Americans celebrated New Year’s Eve last December 31st, 2011.

Now, under pressure from Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), members of Congress have re-assessed their positions on the amendment which allows the government to snatch up American citizens domestically and hold them in nearly identical fashion to Guantanamo Bay detainees.

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U-Turn: Senate Moves to Eliminate Indefinite Detention Provision of NDAA 

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