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Proof Obama will sign NDAA 1031 Citizen Imprisonment Law

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Published on Dec 8, 2011

We have only a few days to speak up to Congress before the President signs NDAA Section 1031, permitting citizen imprisonment without evidence or a trial. Congress plans to give it to him to sign by Dec 9. But if we act urgently to raise awareness among our friends, family, and colleagues, we can still prevent this. Here is what we can do:

1) Americans must know about this to stop it. Urgently pass this petition as widely as possible: http://www.change.org/petitions/stop-...... - Contact the media about this clip by any means available to you. ZERO news stories have covered this Chairman Levin clip so far.

2) Congress can still block the law before December 9. Write and call your Representative and Senator telling them to stop NDAA Section 1031.
Contact your Representative: http://writerep.house.gov/writerep/
Contact your Senator: http://www.senate.gov/general/contact...

3) Write and call the White House to tell the President you won't sit by and watch NDAA Section 1031 become law: http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/sub...

4) Stay smart -- To slow down journalists and concerned citizens, it appears Section 1032 was deliberately crafted to distract from Section 1031. However, section 1032 is NOT the citizen imprisonment law. Disturbingly, this confusion is helping Section 1031 to slip by the American people. Do NOT fall for the misdirection, stay informed and urgently work to stop NDAA Section 1031.

Also disturbingly, some people are saying the Feinstein compromise Amendment helped -- that is sadly wrong. The Feinstein Amendment allows citizen imprisonment without evidence or trial -- for life -- as long as the Supreme Court doesn't EXPLICITLY repeal 1031. This language is dangerously confusing to some people, including journalists.

Excerpt property of C-SPAN.
Fair Use: http://legacy.c-span.org/about/press/...

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