Supreme Court Green Lights The Detention of Americans
A decision by the U.S. Supreme Court gives the federal government the power to “detain as a threat to national security anyone viewed as a troublemaker”. This means the ability to throw them into a FEMA camp.
The high court refused to review an appeals court decision that said the president and U.S. military can arrest and indefinitely detain individuals.
The firm of William J. Olson, P.C., which filed a friend-of-the court brief asking the court to step in, noted that not a single justice dissented from the denial of the request for review.
“The court ducked, having no appetite to confront both political parties in order to protect the citizens from military detention,” the legal team said in a statement to WND. “The government has won, creating a tragic moment for the people – and what will someday be viewed as an embarrassment for the court.”
The controversial provision authorizes the military, under presidential authority, to arrest, kidnap, detain without trial and hold indefinitely American citizens thought to “represent an enduring security threat to the United States.”
What Are Fema Camps? Where Are They?
In this video Obama talks about the FEMA camps and explains their purposes. “Prolonged Detention” is the term being used.