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NDAA, Habeas Corpus, and Human Rights for Citizens Only?

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John-Paul Leonard

A lot is being posted now about how the NDAA is stripping US citizens of their constitutional rights.

It's being debated whether the indefinite detention provision applies to US citizens or not.

Well I'd like to ask, isn't that a red herring?

Why should it be constitutional to deprive non-citizens of their liberty without due process?

Is it OK to torture people who don't have American passports?

Are we talking about human rights or citizen rights?

If you accept the precedent that foreigners can lawfully be mistreated, how long will it take until it's applied to everybody?