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Federal Judge Permanently Blocks Indefinite Detention Under NDAA
TheNewAmerican ^ | Thursday, 13 September 2012 17:16 | Joe Wolverton, II

Posted on 09/13/2012 10:07:06 PM PDT by Rabin

Re: Section 1021 of the NDAA,

The president may authorize (direct) armed force to (collect) & indefinitely detain:

Any person who is a part of has directly or substantially supported or.. committed a belligerent act determined to be supportive of.. (designated) enemy forces.

May 16 Judge Katherine Forrest of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York indefinite detention authority granted the president by Section 1021 of the NDAA...

September 12 a federal district court judge made permanent the earlier order blocking enforcement of provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) purporting to empower the president to deploy the U.S. military to apprehend and indefinitely detain people suspected of "substantially supporting " certain inappropriate activities.

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TOPICS: Heated Discussion
KEYWORDS: indefinitedetention; ndaa
Rab thinks if judicial is our only remaining protection from executive, we need new cong.

(Sarah Louise Palin, Have clue, will travel)


1 posted on 09/13/2012 10:07:14 PM PDT by Rabin
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To: Rabin

Obama despise and ignore the constitution, what makes anyone think
the White House infestation will obey a judicial ruling.

2 posted on 09/13/2012 11:37:14 PM PDT by nvscanman
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