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Can Our Lawyers Refute NDAA Lies?

March 16, 2012
James Wilson, Downsize DC

Do sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) really allow the President to kidnap American citizens?

I say yes, but many in Congress say no. And they support their claim by quoting some tricky wording from the law. This tactic is convincing people, and that has me worried. I think this is dangerous and needs to be countered.

Please consider my pitch for a plan to do that.

I’ll tell you . . .

  • How the establishment is deceiving itself, as well as the public
  • Tell you how two members of Congress and one famous “think thank” are mishandling this issue
  • Confront the question “Is wrong about this controversy?”
  • Show how we can win this debate using the brainpower of the same legal team that delivered the influential brief in the Jones case
  • How this might influence a lawsuit we’ve been asked to support, involving a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist

Ready? Here we go . . .

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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