[act-ma] Meeting this Wednesday: The Intolerable Act of 2012 - NDAA

Susan Serpa neimpeach at gmail.com
Sat Sep 13 06:02:54 PDT 2014

The Spirit of1774!

Please share! Come to this event, about our basic right of Due Process

Wednesday, September 17
at 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Due process rights under the Massachusetts Constitution and U.S.
Constitution (Bill of Rights)
Location: Banx Room - Main Library

Introducing our new Petition to support Due Process in Worcester. We are
requesting that Worcester, MA stand with the City of Albany, NY and the
towns of Oxford, Webster and Rutland, MA in upholding the 5th Amendment
guarantee of Due Process for all persons suspected or accused of committing
crimes. We assert that the Bill of Rights remains in full effect for all
inhabitants of Worcester, notwithstanding sections 1021 and 1022 of the
National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012, which purported to
authorize indefinite detentions of accused persons without the right to Due
The rights to counsel, to face one's accuser(s) and to a jury of one's
peers are all inalienable rights which can never lawfully be nullified.

Contact: Susan Serpa 617-599-5195 sueserpa at gmail.com


Susan Serpa
neimpeach at gmail.com

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