Here’s the latest on the Senate’s section of this Act that gives the military power to detain “suspected” Americans for any amount of time they choose and without a trial: Well, as of Dec 12th, members of the House and Senate (within the Armed Services) Committees settled their versions of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act.
The National Defense Authorization Act passed in the US Senate on December 1st and is on its’ way to the Conference Committee. This Senate version is known as S.1867. The Senate wants to establish a commission of study on the U.S. forces in East Asia and the Pacific region. (FYI, the House version-known as