There has been no case of “rebellion or invasion” to even warrant considering a suspension of Habeas. Doing so is illegal, and must be stopped.
Author Archive | Blake Filippi
Things are not what they seem with the new NDAA amendment that passed the Senate
unfortunately, as with pretty much all review of Legislative and Executive actions, the judiciary continues to presume those actions valid; even now, when the soul of our constitutional republic is at stake.
An analysis of Judge Katherine Forrest and Hedges v Obama
Section 1021 of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) purports to authorize the President to designate all persons — including U.S. Citizens found within the U.S — as enemy combatants, subject to the Law of War, including; Indefinite detention without trial or charge, transfer to foreign jurisdictions or entities (commonly known as extraordinary rendition), [...]
There should be no grey areas concerning our fundamental rights to liberty and due process.