Why You Should Be Outraged About The Ruling To Keep The NDAA Indefinite Detention Clause In Effect
Oct. 3, 2012
On Tuesday a federal appeals court ruled the government can indefinitely detain anyone, at least until the courts decide whether to permanently block or confirm the indefinite detention clause (i.e. §1021) of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act.
That the NDAA is fully enforceable right now is scary enough, but the details of the ruling are truly bothersome to those that have been following the rulings in the case.
First, a recap why §1021 was ruled unconstitutional and how the government reacted.