NDAA to restrict journalists?

What the mainstream media should be talking about is the National Defense Authorization Act, the military spending bill that also includes Section 1021, a provision that permits the indefinite military detention, without a formal charge or public trial, of anyone suspected of participating in or aiding a terrorist organization “engaged in hostilities against the United States” that includes US citizens. Under this law even being associated with terrorist groups could land people in jail. The hearings kicked off today where plaintiffs argued some of these provisions in the NDAA could impact them directly because of their work wither in activism or journalism.

The Alyona Show | March 29, 2012


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