Oops! Hold the music! The Obama administration already appealed federal court's ruling against indefinite detention that was issued on September 12, 2012! The corporations really, really want more free labor! http://www.businessinsider.com/unbelievable-obama-administration-has-already-appealed-ndaa-ruling-2012-9 . They also filed a motion for a temporary stay on Judge Forrest's Order. On Monday, Sept. 17, Circuit Judge Raymond Lohier, appointed by President Barack Obama in 2010, issued the temporary stay of enforcement on Judge Forrest's Order after the Obama admn. called her ruling a threat to national security. So NDAA indefinite detention is legal again. That was quick! Wired carried the story along with links to the actual motion and court order http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/09/indefinite-detention-blocked/
Continue reading this article after the video showing people working on the chain gain. Sam Cooke sings, "I'm going home one of these days," but people held indefinitely under NDAA will not have that promise. Enjoy "Chain Gain" at this link http://youtu.be/RmZdvVnMXCc and embedded below.
Shockingly, the Obama administration has consistently supported indefinite detention this year -- signing it into law in the dark of night on New Year's Eve and defending it in court.
If we don't do anything, they'll
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