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Federal Court Permanently Vacates Injunction Against NDAA “Indefinite Detention”
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http://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/201...ebGV43qle5

By Michael Boldin on July 17, 2013 in Issues, Judiciary, NDAA

The Second Circuit has permanently vacated the injunction issued by the District Court against NDAA 2012 indefinite detention powers. The case has been remanded to District Court Judge Kathryn Forrest. who originally issued the injunction.

In layman’s terms, Forrest put a stop to indefinite detention, and the Second Circuit overturned that. It also permanently prohibited Forrest from attempting to do so again, ordering her to proceed with the case consistent with their opinion.

NDAA “indefinite detention” powers are alive and well.
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Fat chance, but SCotUS???
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