The State Vs. The Subjects: Senate rejects amendment to ‘indefinite detention’ bill

0 Posted by - November 30, 2011 - Conspiracies & Scandals, Military, Police State

 The State Vs. The Subjects: Senate rejects amendment to ‘indefinite detention’ bill*Taken from Prison Planet. Written by Paul Joseph Watson.

The Senate has overwhelmingly voted down an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that would have provided oversight to check the military’s power to arrest U.S. citizens as suspected terrorists on American soil and detain them indefinitely without trial.

“The Senate soundly defeated a move to strip out controversial language requiring mandatory detention of some terror suspects, voting it down 61 to 37 and escalating a fight with the Obama administration over the future course of the war on terror,” reports the National Journal.

The amendment, introduced by Colorado Senator Mark Udall, was an attempt to weaken Section 1031 of the NDAA bill, which would basically turn the entire “homeland” into a battlefield and allow the military to arrest individuals accused of being terrorists and detain them indefinitely without trial. Americans would be stripped of all constitutional rights and posse comitatus would cease to exist.

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