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Thread: Congress votes 'okay' to indefinite detention

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    Congress votes 'okay' to indefinite detention

    Congress still okay with indefinite detention and torture of Americans

    Even after a federal court deemed the NDAA unconstitutional, the US House of Representatives refused to exclude indefinite detention provisions from the infamous defense spending bill during a vote on Friday.

    An attempt to strike down any provisions allowing for the US military to indefinitely detain American citizens without charge from next year’s National Defense Authorization Act was shot down Friday morning in the House of Representatives.

    Following discussions on an amendment to the 2013 NDAA that was proposed by Rep. Adam Smith (D-Washington) and Rep. Justin Amash (R-Michigan), House lawmakers opted against passing the law by a vote of 182-238. Had the Smish-Amash amendment passed, military detention for terror suspects captured in the US would have been excluded in the annual defense spending bill. Provisions that allows for that power, Sections 1021 and 1022, were inserted into the NDAA for Fiscal Year 2012. President Barack Obama signed that legislation on New Year’s Eve, essentially authorizing the US Armed Forces to detain Americans indefinitely at military facilities over only allegation of ties with terrorists and subject them to enhanced interrogation tactics on par with torture.


    From: http://rt.com/usa/news/detention-ame...-ndaa-rep-599/
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    Re: Congress votes 'okay' to indefinite detention

    Indefinite detention, what's next infinite payments on fines? We are stepping backwards with this kind of stuff, our ancestors fought to be innocent before proven guilty, this is exactly the kind of thing they didn't want to happen. And now our generation is letting it come back, it's disgusting.
    Can you see past your belief systems?

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    If they got no evidence to prove that you committed a crime, then they should not be able to hold you. If you've committed a crime that has not hurt somebody, and you are not a danger, they should NOT be able to hold you. This stop until everyone says NO!
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    Re: Congress votes 'okay' to indefinite detention

    The solution to most of these problems is to reeducate our government officials with the truth of what's really going on. Then stuff like indefinite detention would be harder to get an 'okay' on.
    Can you see past your belief systems?

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    Re: Congress votes 'okay' to indefinite detention

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Vibrations View Post
    Indefinite detention, what's next infinite payments on fines? We are stepping backwards with this kind of stuff, our ancestors fought to be innocent before proven guilty, this is exactly the kind of thing they didn't want to happen. And now our generation is letting it come back, it's disgusting.
    Exactly, it doesn't make any sense. But, I wouldn't be surprised if they've considered the infinite payment option. I just think they haven't found a way to implement it yet, is all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Vibrations
    The solution to most of these problems is to reeducate our government officials with the truth of what's really going on. Then stuff like indefinite detention would be harder to get an 'okay' on.
    Isn't that what Roseanne Barr wants to do? And if the reeducation doesn't take, then the only other feasible option,lol!
    The truth IS out there! We just tend to look in all the wrong places.

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