Terrorist, defined by Administration? 7 April 2009

(originally posted november 2012, I updating and re-posting April 2013, with recent reports of government “action”, this post has become relevant and confirmed by law enforcement action, so I am attempting to re-fresh this post. texas)

The Rio Norte Line

In light of news reports that Guantanamo Bay may be closed with its occupants slated to be brought inside the borders of the USA, it is important to understand the POTENTIAL Definition of TERRORIST.  We now have official acceptance of a “Presidential Kill List” and indefinite DETENTION of terrorists “accepted” by OUR federal Government.  The ALLOWANCE of the suspension of habeus corpus WITHIN the borders of the USA during a time when WAR HAS NOT BEEN DECLARED, lays the groundwork for U.S. citizens to be “detained” and “held” by the mere addition of a name to some “security list” with NO RIGHT TO CONFRONTATION OF YOUR ACCUSER, OR EVEN BEING INFORMED OF THE CHARGES AND EVIDENCE AGAINST YOU !

What is a potential terrorist in the eyes of the current Administration?  The Homeland Environment Threat Analysis Division of the current administration’s Department of Homeland Security published their PERCEPTIONS…

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2 thoughts on “Terrorist, defined by Administration? 7 April 2009

    • Thank you Kells,
      The actual document is much more important to read than my post about it. To read it in context is enlightening.

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