Court Upholds That Americans Can Be Indefinitely Detained Under NDAA


On Tuesday, a federal appeals court ruled that the US government can indefinitely detain anyone under the National Defense Authorization Act. This comes as a blow to the ruling that was given earlier this year, when US District Court Judge Catherine Forrest ruled that the NDAA was unconstitutional. So what does this mean for journalists and why was it overturned?

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One response to “Court Upholds That Americans Can Be Indefinitely Detained Under NDAA

  1. The goverment still persists with this facist law – signed New Year’s Eve when we were all too occupied to take notice. I find that most people don’t know about it, some refuse to believe it and many don’t care about the Constitution. This is a sad commentary about our country.

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