Senate Bill Allows Imprisonment of Americans Without Trial- AllGov News 11/29/2011
Bipartisan legislation being considered in the U.S. Senate would expand the military’s power to go after any terrorism suspect, including American citizens, anywhere in the world—including within the United States—and confine them indefinitely without being charged or tried.
S. 1867, referred to as the National Defense Authorization Act bill, was drafted in secret by Senators Carl Levin (D-Michigan) and John McCain (R-Arizona) and was scheduled for a vote by the full Senate on Tuesday.
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    It seems to go against what all we citizens are guaranteed in the Constitution.  Such powers are used by dictators (anyone heard of Saddam Hussein, for example?) and are not necessary when our Constitution is followed.  The problem may be some of the judiciary who are blinded by the letter of the law and have absolutely no idea what the intent of the law is.