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One Month In And A Unique Opportunity

One month in and the campaign has received a fantastic 1500 supporters. We want to take this opportunity to give you all our sincerest thanks. It has also been incredibly heart warming to read everyone’s passionate posts on our petition page. 869 more words

Asylum Seekers

Australia’s Guantánamo Problem

New York Times article by Prof. Ben Saul published 25th March

On a remote, sunny island, some 52 people have been detained for up to nearly five years without trial on secret evidence, with no prospect of release. 942 more words

Asylum Seekers

Set Them Free

Last month I reported on the “Set Her Free” protest outside the Home Office in London. Here’s an extract from my final piece:

The ‘Set Her Free’ campaign comes at a time when women are increasingly dictating the public agenda with diverse campaigns from ending… 219 more words


Open Letter to Congress and Policy makers regarding Indefinite Detention of Americans

ATTENTION:  The indefinite detention of Americans under the NDAA and the Patriot Act is happening in the psychiatric ward.

Mr. President Barack Obama, the Honorable John Boehner, United States House of Representatives, and fellow members of Congress: 685 more words

Today marks the anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, which authorized the “indefinite detention” of nearly 150,000 people on American soil.

The order authorized the Secretary of War and the U.S. 138 more words


Arizona Passes Anti-NDAA Bill to Nullify Indefinite Detention

Sure, Arizona has it’s corrupt politicians and feds, but for the most part I see we have a lot of solid, honest, and dedicated lawmakers and peacekeepers who uphold the Constitution and protect our citizens. 409 more words

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