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Indefinite detention and torture: NDAA in action

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Uploaded on Jan 31, 2012

The National Defense Authorization Act took affect less than a month ago and already the US government is making use of the controversial law. Musa'b al-Madhwani is the first Guantanamo Bay prison to feel the effects of the new law that President Obama at one point vowed to veto. The NDAA allows for the indefinite detention and torture of American citizens at home and abroad without a trial and also gives more power to the military and government. David Swanson, campaigner for Roots Action, joins us for more.

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