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Chris Hedges - NDAA lawsuit update.

Posted on Mar 26, 2012
AP / John Minchillo

Chris Hedges is suing the president over the National Defense Authorization Act, which legalizes the indefinite detention of American citizens without due process.

By Chris Hedges

I spent four hours in a third-floor conference room at 86 Chambers St. in Manhattan on Friday as I underwent a government deposition. Benjamin H. Torrance, an assistant U.S. attorney, carried out the questioning as part of the government’s effort to decide whether it will challenge my standing as a plaintiff in the lawsuit I have brought with others against President Barack Obama and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta over the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), also known as the Homeland Battlefield Bill.

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While I applaud his efforts to

While I applaud his efforts to stand up for freedom I think looking for justice against a tyrannical government in that tyrannical government's court is a bit naive. We as a nation have passed that point on our slide into tyranny.

A Super Big Thanks To Chris

A Super Big Thanks To Chris Hedges For Protecting Are God Giving Rights.

They pretend that there is

They pretend that there is even an argument to be made here. There isn't. Our liberty is non-negotiable. The NDAA is an act of war on the American people. Period. End of debate.

Ultimately the argument will be settled by the States or the people; by nullification or open rebellion.

"The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that." — Alan Greenspan