Dec 5, 2012 by RTAmerica
On Tuesday, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 came one step closer to becoming law. The US Senate voted 98-0 in favor of the controversial act that could land American citizens behind bars. The NDAA has been challenged in court due to its explosive nature, in it if the president determines anyone an enemy combatant or found affiliated with enemy forces, including American citizens, they could find themselves imprisoned indefinitely by the US military. Carl Mayer, attorney with the Mayer Law groups, breaks down what the NDAA could mean for Americans.
Dec 5, 2012 by RTAmerica
On Tuesday, the US Senate voted 98-0 in favor of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013. After much debate and countless amendments considered, the bill is now making its way to a House/Senate Conference Committee where it will be fine-tuned. The bill includes details of military spending and also detaining American citizens without a speedy trial, so will Obama sign the NDAA into law? RT’s Liz Wahl explains.
Updated: Dec. 6, 2012
Dec 6, 2012 by RTAmerica
The US Senate has voted in favor of an act that could imprison Americans. RT has been watching closely the discussions in Congress over the National Defense Authorization Act. Tangerine Bolen of Revolution Truth joins RT’s Kristine Frazao for more on what next year’s NDAA means and compares it to the current legislation, one that allows for the indefinite detention of US citizens without trial.
Updated: Dec. 8, 2012
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Abby Martin talks to the founder and director of Revolution Truth, Tangerine Bolen, about the latest news regarding the NDAA 2013 including renewed use of domestic propaganda and keeping Guantanamo prison open.
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