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NDAA question

I just got this response on NDAA.

In this case, is there much ado about nothing?

I am looking at the actual law right now which you can read here: http://docs.house.gov/billsthisweek/20120514/CPRT-112-HPRT-R... When you do a search on Section 1021, which I did, we see very clearly that IT DOES NOT apply to US citizens. Here is the quote: "(9) Section 1021 of such Act states that ‘‘Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect existing law or authorities relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful resident aliens of the United States, or any other persons who are captured or arrested in the United States.’’ Again, this is from the actual law. The NDAA is a budget bill and has nothing to do with creating a law to detain any American citizen for terrorists acts against the US. We already have laws on the books that deal with treason. I just wish we would actually observe them! What happened to Brandon Raub was handled wrong and as with those who have been falsely accused and convicted and spent time in prison, they sue which Raub probably has a lawsuit for what happened. It had nothing to do with the NDAA. Although, I think what Raub did was STUPID, given that we have nut jobs all over this country spouting their mouths off about civil war and wanting to start one, we can surely thank the likes of fear hustler Alex Jones for crap like that. Raub was let go by a judge and his lawyers will take care of the rest.

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This is a rough draft for the

This is a rough draft for the NDAA pertaining to the physical year of 2013! Jeez did you not notice the big May 2012 across the top?!

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain

I know...

I know the author didnt actually look at your link because you linked to this year's bill not last years.

I guess Alex Jones convinced a Federal Judge to enjoin the NDAA though LOL.

Here, educate yourself:


Ventura 2012

this is what I have read so far on the link you provided...

Page 364 this is sec. 1031

(6) In 2011, with the enactment of the Na22
tional Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year
23 2012 (Public Law 112–81), Congress and the Presi24
dent affirmed the authority of the Armed Forces of
25 the United States to detain pursuant to the AUMF...

Page 365 & page 366 cont.

Sec 1032 reads..

Congress finds the following:
7 (1) Article 1, section 9 of the Constitution
8 states ‘‘The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus
9 shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Re10
bellion or Invasion the public Safety may require
11 it.’’.
12 (2) Regarding the Great Writ, the Supreme
13 Court has noted ‘‘The writ of habeas corpus is the
14 fundamental instrument for safeguarding individual
15 freedom against arbitrary and lawless state action.’’.