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UPDATE (2.25pm EST): Judge Forrest issued a permanent injunction of Section 1021 of the NDAA2012. The Obama administration appealed that decision and also applied for an *emergency stay* of the provision, essentially keeping Section 1021 in effect at least until the government appeal is decided on. That emergency stay was granted. If the court rules in favor of the Obama administration after today’s hearing, the next step will be for the plaintiffs to challenge that decision in Supreme Court. Check back to SmellsLikeHumanSpirit.com soon for Episode 46 – NDAA Special!
As many of you will be aware, the ‘Freedom Seven’, a group that includes Noam Chomsky, Daniel Ellsberg and Chris Hedges, sued the Obama administration regarding the provision in the NDAA 2012 that allows for the indefinite detention, without charge or trial, of any US citizen on the basis of executive suspicion. The Circuit Court hearing for the case is on February 6th at 10AM EST in New York – and Guy Evans of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast will be there in support of the Freedom Seven, and to broadcast via uStream and Twitter throughout the day.
Keep it here at SmellsLikeHumanSpirit.com for live video, audio, images, and updates on the NDAA Lawsuit!
Note: Noam Chomsky was a guest on this podcast back in November, click here for that interview.
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