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Plaintiff in NDAA case: U.S. has ‘gone insane’ in its war on terror
Journalist Tangerine Bolen, who along with other activists and
writers filed suit over an indefinite detention law, said Thursday that
the citizens United States had become indifferent about their rights.
“This panoply of laws and circumstances over the last ten years have
led to a milieu that is increasingly dangerous for our own citizens as
well as citizens around the world,” she told
The Young Turks host Cenk Ugyur. “The U.S. government has gone a little bit insane in its war on terror.”
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