Human rights activitsts in the US have slammed Barack Obama for signing the new National Defense Authorization Act. They claim the president has failed to deliver his campaign promises by passing the bill that allows the indefinite detention of citizens without charge or trial and also by failing to close the Guantanamo prison camp. This comes despite Obama's own threats to veto the new NDAA from prohibiting the closure of the notorious prison camp. For more, RT talks to Dennis Kucinich, member of the House of Representatives of Ohio's 10th congressional district.
On Wednesday President Obama made the National Defense Authorization Act official when he signed it into law. His justification for signing the bill was because "it authorizes essential support for service members and their families, renews vital national security programs and helps ensure the US will continue to have the strongest military in the world." The NDAA has received a lot of opposition by civil rights activists, but how will this legislation affect all Americans? RT's Kristine Frazao has more.