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NDAA - the first step to the death of individual liberties

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Published on Mar 30, 2012

A group of journalists and activists made a statement at a court in New York against the National Defense Authorization Act. The group has filed a lawsuit against the Obama Administration and are determined to overturn NDAA. The bill allows the US military to legally detain suspected terrorists indefinitely and without charge or trial - that includes American citizens. This also means that journalists covering terror threats and interviewing terrorists fall under the umbrella. Raha Wala, an attorney with the law and security programm at Human Rights First talks to RT's Kristine Frazao about some legal implications of the bill.

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