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Former Reagan administration official comments on National Defense Authorization Act

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publicerad 2 december 2011
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Paul Craig Roberts - Foto: Boom Bust RT.com

This might be the biggest news story  this year in terms of impacting your future as a free citizen, still the mainstream media doesn’t want you to know about this.

“Yesterday as part of the National Defense Authorization Act, the U.S. Senate voted to repeal the Constitution and its Bill of Rights by authorizing the U.S. military to operate on U.S. soil, conduct secret kidnappings of American citizens and throw them in secret military prisons where they will be “legally” tortured, interrogated and murdered”. / Mike Adams

The National Defense Authorization Act if passed, American citizens could be detained without a court hearing anywhere in the world.

President Obama stated he will veto the bill if it should pass.

Is Senate Bill 1867 threatening the US constitution? PrisonPlanet.com asks.

Paul Craig Roberts, former Reagan administration official and columnist, gives us his take on the proposed bill.


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