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The pentagon is building the true teeth of the newly signed Military Commissions Act of 2006 offshore, at gitmo. Just think about what it would be like to get carted by the thought police, with a black bag over your head, and brought to gitmo, where you will have no civil rights whatsoever.
The pentagon's new 125 Million Dollar city is designated purely for processing American Citizens all into, what is likely to become, the largest and most in-humane concentration camps ever created, in order to help usher in the North American Union and its Commu-Fascist agenda.
Shouldn't we stop them?
...Write letters to senators and congressman demanding that they sign a bill that will effectively curtail the legal amnesty, given to the torture masters at gitmo and in the Eastern European countries. That bill is the Effective Terrists [sic] Prosecution Act, it is Senator Chris Dodd's (D-CT) bill.The Bill does the following:
We have to stop the organizations involved in this before this gets out of hand, or before you know it they'll be encouraging us to turn in our neighbors for whatever they define to be terroristic behavior; that's sure to change into, whatever the hell they want to drag you off to the courts for.
- Restores Habeas Corpus protections to detainees
- Narrows the definition of unlawful enemy combatant to individuals who directly participate in hostilities against the United States who are not lawful combatants
- Bars information gained through coercion from being introduced as evidence in trials
- Empowers military judges to exclude hearsay evidence the deem to be unreliable
Authorizes the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces to review decisions by the Military commissions
- Limits the authority of the President to interpret the meaning and application of the Geneva Conventions and makes that authority subject to congressional and judicial oversight
- Provides for expedited judicial review of the Military Commissions Act of 2006 to determine the constitutionally of its provisionsWe need to demand decency in our civilization.