Indefinite Detention Panels Are More Fun Than Drone Courts

Last week I reported on the federal appeals court hearing over the lawsuit that seeks to stop the indefinite detention provision of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012.

A few hours later, I co-moderated two panels on the lawsuit and more broadly on anti-NDAA activism. Some of the panelists included NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake, Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg, journalist and activist Chris Hedges, and filmmaker Michael Moore. If you're looking to kill a couple hours, you can watch the panels below. I promise it will be more enjoyable than being judged by a drone court.