Tag Archives: Fourth Amendment

The NDAA 2014 and a Jailed Teen to Think About

We wrote yesterday about the NDAA 2014, the annual update on government defense spending. We wrote about the Act’s standing provision authorizing the President to order the military to secretly or publicly seize and indefinitely imprison Americans and others without … Continue reading

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The ‘National Defense Against American Citizens’ Act 2014

The NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) handed the President the power to employ the military in arresting and imprisoning indefinitely anyone he decided was a threat. No charges, no due process and no notice to anyone. No review, either. The … Continue reading

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