The Government Can Now Legally Detain You Indefinitely After All. It Couldn’t Over the Weekend.
Written by Gary North on September 19, 2012
Last week a judge overturned the NDAA’s provision that authorizes the U.S. government to arrest and indefinitely detain people suspected of terrorism. The judge said that the provision violated the Constitutional protection of due process: the Fifth Amendment. This restriction on federal power did not last long. A federal judge has just granted a “stay […]Continue reading →