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+ - Law Allowing Indefinite Military Detention of Citizens Ruled Unconstitutional->

Submitted by cathector
cathector (972646) writes "The offending section of the NDAA, signed by Obama on New Year's Eve last year, grants the government the power to put citizens in military detention indefinitely and without the usual recourse to civil courts. ...
Judge Katherine Forrest, a recent Obama appointee to the federal bench, ... granted a preliminary injunction of the offending sections of the law."

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Law Allowing Indefinite Military Detention of Citizens Ruled Unconstitutional

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