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    AXJ AND ACLU AGAINST INDEFINITE MILITARY IMPRISONMENT IN THE USA

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    AXJ AND ACLU AGAINST INDEFINITE MILITARY IMPRISONMENT IN THE USA

    Post  Admin on Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:56 am

    AXJ AND ACLU AGAINST INDEFINITE MILITARY IMPRISONMENT IN THE USA



    AXJ USA NEWS
    www.axj.com
    12-07-2011

    The international civil and political rights organization known as Action For Justice ( AXJ ) has decided to support the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which according to * WIKI "is a U.S. non-profit organization whose stated mission is to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States".

    AXJ members have received the following email from the ACLU regarding a Bill presented to the US Congress regarding indefinite Military Imprisonment in the USA:


    Dear AXJ Members,

    No due process. No trial. No proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Indefinite military imprisonment based on suspicion alone.

    It's all in a bill being secretly negotiated in Congress right now. Help stop it.

    Do not forward: This link will open a page with your information already filled in. Top members of Congress are secretly meeting now to try to figure out how to jam through a dangerous bill before Christmas.

    https://secure.aclu.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=3895&autologin=true&emsrc=Nat_Appeal_AutologinEnabled&s_subsrc=111205_ndaa&emissue=national_security&emtype=advocacy&JServSessionIdr004=kjf3fltd71.app223a

    Their main focus? Legislation authorizing this president and all future presidents to order the U.S. military to pick up and imprison people, including U.S. citizens — without charging them or putting them on trial.

    We need you to take immediate action to prevent our country from becoming a place where the military can throw a person in jail and let him or her waste away without charge or trial. (Do not forward: This link will open a page with your information already filled in.)

    Let's be clear about what this proposal really is: no due process, no trial, and no proof beyond a reasonable doubt — and indefinite military imprisonment based on suspicion alone.

    A handful of senators secretly came up with this outrageous indefinite detention provision and attached it to the National Defense Authorization Act. And an even smaller group of House members forced through the House of Representatives a law for worldwide war, and worldwide imprisonment, in virtually any country where a terrorism suspect lives, even here in America itself.

    The House and the Senate are now rushing to come up with a joint version of the bill and ram it through Congress within the next two weeks.

    We know Congress is starting to hear from people who are outraged by this proposal. And if we continue to keep the pressure on, we can stop this. But it's going to take all of us.

    Contact your members of Congress right now. Urge them to vote against indefinite detention and unlimited worldwide war authority legislation.

    The Secretary of Defense, the Directors of the FBI and CIA, and national security experts from both Democratic and Republican administrations have argued against this extreme measure. But, as you read this, secret talks in Congress to force it quickly to final passage continue unabated.

    Only a huge public outcry can prevent Congress from crossing a dangerous line that is a direct affront to everything we believe in.

    Final action on this bill could come at any moment. Whether you've acted on this issue before or not, we need you to speak up now. Please contact your members of Congress immediately.

    With urgency,

    Chris Anders, ACLU
    Senior Legislative Counsel
    http://www.aclu.org/

    * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Civil_Liberties_Union

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