Thursday, December 15, 2011

Anonymous attacking creators of indefinite detention bill

Anonymous attacking creators of indefinite detention bill: "With President Obama read to sign away the freedoms of Americans by inking his name to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, opponents are already going after the lawmakers that made the legislation possible.

The act, abbreviated as NDAA FY2012, managed to make its way through Congress with overwhelming support in recent days, despite legislation that allows for Americans to be detained indefinitely and tortured by authorities for the mere suspicion of committing “a belligerent act." The Obama administration originally decreed that they would veto the bill, only for the White House to announce a change of heart on Wednesday this week.

With the passing of the act almost certain at this point, hackers aligned to the massive collective Anonymous are taking a stab at staking out the politicians that helped put the bill in the president’s hands...."


MotivatedinOhio said...

I am furious.  The law was meant to deal with bad people.  Now we no longer use it for criminals, but for protesters.

Underground Politics said...

Which is super scary. Our Founding Fathers have to be rolling in their graves right now.