NDAA bill-a grave assault on our rights? You decide

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2012 is a controversial bill that has been passed by both legislatures separately, and a final version approved by the Senate on 15 December 2011.
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 the Act legislatively codifies[6] the President's authority to indefinitely detain terrorism suspects, including American citizens, without trial as defined in Title X, Subtitle D, SEC 1031(a-e) of the bill.[7] Because those who may be held indefinitely include U.S. citizens arrested on American soil, and because that detention may be by the military, the Act has received critical attention by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and media sources.
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"In summary," states Amnesty, "once the NDAA becomes law, a US citizen on US soil can lawfully be killed by the US military if the military believes that citizen to be a terrorist affiliated with Al Qaeda or its allies."

"Within the United States, however, passing legislation that has the potential to turn a democracy into a police state of Orwellian proportions is presented not only as acceptable, but necessary, all in the name of 'national security.' -Code Pink

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