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    Re: Federal judge blocks indefinite detention provision of NDAA

    Shes not the last word...dont break out the champagne yet

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    Re: Federal judge blocks indefinite detention provision of NDAA

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    Shes not the last word...dont break out the champagne yet
    i believe you are alluding to the possibility clarence thomas, et al, will again be given an opportunity to again crap on our Constitutional rights

    only wish i could say you were wrong
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    Re: Federal judge blocks indefinite detention provision of NDAA

    Good sign, even if the battle ain't over yet.
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    Re: Federal judge blocks indefinite detention provision of NDAA

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    Good sign, even if the battle ain't over yet.
    Like everything this is a two sided sword....if they detain an individual that has the desire to kill as many americans as he can...thats a good thing...if they detain an innocent individual for no reason...then its a bad law....in this case, I have to go down on the side of caution, because i believe its too easy to grab the wrong person...actually I know how easy it is....now if you ask me if this law will go away entirely...my answer is a firm no

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    Re: Federal judge blocks indefinite detention provision of NDAA

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    Like everything this is a two sided sword....if they detain an individual that has the desire to kill as many americans as he can...thats a good thing...if they detain an innocent individual for no reason...then its a bad law....in this case, I have to go down on the side of caution, because i believe its too easy to grab the wrong person...actually I know how easy it is....now if you ask me if this law will go away entirely...my answer is a firm no
    My issue is indefinite detention. A right to trial is guaranteed by the constitution. US citizens should not be denied that right on the basis of terroristic tendancies.
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    Re: Federal judge blocks indefinite detention provision of NDAA

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    My issue is indefinite detention. A right to trial is guaranteed by the constitution. US citizens should not be denied that right on the basis of terroristic tendancies.
    No one can argue with that....its just an horrific thought to release one or some and have them kill americans....but in honesty thats a long shot.

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    Re: Federal judge blocks indefinite detention provision of NDAA

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    My issue is indefinite detention. A right to trial is guaranteed by the constitution. US citizens should not be denied that right on the basis of terroristic tendancies.
    why should such protection be limited only to US citizens?
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