Posted 1 year ago on Feb. 12, 2013, 1:05 a.m. EST by TrevorMnemonic
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“What our case comes down to is: Are we going to have a civil justice system in the United States or a military justice system? The civil justice system is something that is ingrained in the Constitution. It was always very important in combating tyranny and building a democratic society. What the NDAA is trying to impose is a system of military justice that allows the military to police the streets of America to detain U.S. citizens, to detain residents in the United States in military prisons. Probably the most frightening aspect of the NDAA is that it allows for detention until ‘the end of hostilities.’ ”
No evidence needs to be provided, it's top secret. It's the death penalty or life in a military prison overseas without a trial. Because no one has ever been falsely accused in the history of time. Khalid El-Masri never happened.
Court cases can be thrown out just because a politician or the CIA says national security? See how that goes. Trust the same people who brought you indefinite wars with indefinite detention.
Great article by chris hedges below