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Federal Judge blocks Obama's NDAA act calling it Unconstitutional

By Mindy Allan
Posted May 18, 2012 in Crime
In March of 2011 a lawsuit was filed against the federal government to block Obama's unconstitutional National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) by the group ""
According to a report on Digital Journal, a growing number of states are putting legislation together that will render it unlawful for local officials to cooperate with federal investigators or U.S. armed forces trying to arrest citizens under the NDAA.
In January of 2012 Ron Paul speaking for the citizens of the U.S. asks that Congress repeal the NDAA act that destroys the Constitution of the United States. Ron Paul pleads to the party to overturn one of the most dreadful acts ever imposed by the U.S. Government, on innocent American citizens.
On May 16, 2012 a federal judge blocked the ability of the U.S. Government to enforce the indefinite detention provision of the National Defense Authorization Act Section 1021. Judge Katherine Forrest ruled that it violated not one but two amendments to the Constitution. She ruled it violated the First Amendment’s right to free speech because journalists are being silenced and activists are being prevented from engaging in expressive activities critical of the government.
Once again mainstream media failed to report any news on the victory for the American people. The failure of reporting the news was pointed out by RT, that showed how mainstream news made sure that most of the people in the U.S. focused on the John Edwards trial, or John Travolta's sex escapades. The media did not want to air news on the NDAA decision that could effectively change the lives of American people, and possibility of change in the history of the United States.
The times, they are a changing, and it will be up to the people to determine if the changes are in their best interest. Obviously, the NDAA is not a change that is something good for the people of the U.S.. We now wait to see if the ruling will be appealed.

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