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Occupy the NDAA - Grand Central Terminal Arrests PDF Print E-mail
Written by RC Christian   
Thursday, 05 January 2012 09:43

Occupy Wall Street occupied New York Rail Terminal in Grand Central during rush hour, at 5 p.m. last evening to protest President Obama's signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

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The protest marked the landmark of a day of demonstrations against the controversial act that included a stop at the offices of New York senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Charles Schumer.

The Occupy protesters concluded a full day of action at New York's Grand Central Terminal for a ‘flash mob.’ Watch the video.

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After one woman repeatedly used the human-microphone to read the statement to the people at the terminal, the police decided to silence her by arresting her, said a witness.

Random police arrests followed.

NDAA Section 1031 legalizes US citizen’s imprisonment without evidence or trial. The text of Section 1031 reads "A covered person under this section" includes "any person who has committed a belligerent act.” The revised act codifies the power of the military to indefinitely detain, without trial, U.S. citizens who are deemed suspected terrorists. Obama himself indicated in his signing statement that he has reservations.

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