Ben Swann interviews President Obama (NDAA, Kill List, Syria, Afghanistan)

URGENT: Ben Swann Of Reality Check 

Is Being Censored

Published on Sep 4, 2012 by

Ben Swann Reality Check talks one on one with President Obama and asks about the so called Presidential Kill List

Ben Swann interviews President Obama (NDAA, Kill List, Syria, Afghanistan)

Ben Swann of Fox19 interviews President Barack Obama on NDAA, indefinite detention, the "presidential kill list" (assassination of American citizens without charges or due process), Syria and the war in Afghanistan. Obama steadily lies during the interview as expected.

Obama Administration: US Forces Can Assassinate Americans Believed to Be Involved in Terrorist Activity


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Ben Swann Reality Check takes a look at the latest information now out about President Obama's "kill list" targeting terror suspects.
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ACLU sues Obama administration over targeted US citizens assassination secrecy

The president boasts in public about his executions, then hides behind secrecy. Now the ACLU is suing.

The ACLU yesterday, 2/1/12, filed a lawsuit against various agencies of
the Obama administration — the Justice and Defense Departments and the
CIA — over their refusal to disclose any information about the assassina
of American citizens.

In October, the ACLU filed a FOIA request
demanding disclosure of the most basic information about the CIA’s
killing of 3 American citizens in Yemen: Anwar Awlaki and Samir Khan,
killed by missiles fired by a U.S. drone in September, and Awlaki’s
16-year-old son, Abdulrahman, killed by another drone attack two weeks

The ACLU’s FOIA request sought merely to learn the legal
and factual basis for these killings — meaning: tell us what legal
theories you’ve adopted to secretly target U.S. citizens for execution,
and what factual basis did you have to launch these specific strikes?
The DOJ and CIA responded not only by refusing to provide any of this
information, but refused even to confirm if any of the requested
documents exist; in other words, as the ACLU put it yesterday, “these
agencies are saying the targeted killing program is so secret that they
can’t even acknowledge that it exists.” That refusal is what prompted
yesterday’s lawsuit (in December, the New York Times also sued the Obama
administration after it failed to produce DOJ legal memoranda
“justifying” the assassination program in response to a FOIA request
from reporters Charlie Savage and Scott Shane, but the ACLU’s lawsuit
seeks disclosure of both the legal and factual bases for these

Read More about the American assassinations here: http://www.salon.com/2012/02/02/aclu_sues_obama_administration_over_assassination_secrecy/



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