Rand Paul Aims to Kill “Indefinite Detention” Provision of Controversial Bill


Rand Paul Aims to Kill “Indefinite Detention” Provision of Controversial Bill.

Rand Paul Aims to Kill “Indefinite Detention” Provision of Controversial Bill

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Rand Paul Aims to Kill “Indefinite Detention” Provision of Controversial Bill


11-29-2011  •  prisonplanet.com 

With the bill expected to be up for a vote within 48 hours, Senator Rand Paul has offered an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that will kill a provision allowing the military to detain individuals, including American citizens, without trial or due process.

The “indefinite detention” sections of the NDAA bill would turn the whole of the United States into a “battlefield” and hand the executive branch the power to have the military arrest U.S. citizens and hold them without trial.

The provision is merely an update to the “parallel legal system” had been in place under the auspices of the war on terror for over a decade, “In which terrorism suspects — U.S. citizens and noncitizens alike — may be investigated, jailed, interrogated, tried and punished without legal protections guaranteed by the ordinary system,” as the Washington Post reported in December 2002.

In attempt to kill the indefinite detention provision of the legislation, Senator Rand Paul aims to strike Section 1031 from the bill, which reads as follows.


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