Essay Four


NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION
ACT (NDAA) & INFORMED CONSENT

The Missing Piece: The Spirit of the Law
by   
Anthony N. Lalli
December 5, 2017
copyrights 2017 (c) Anthony N. Lalli All Rights Reserved


The Intermingling of Ethics and Law: The Spirit of the Law

The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), in their Ethics clause say, “…key principles that include honesty, fairness, equality, dignity, diversity, individual rights and the rule of law” (1), and it should be applauded. However, in the case of the NDAA (2,26), it would void the NDIA’s so said virtues (1), at least, in the case of the health and safety protections of our U.S. Military personnel. Moreover, the NDAA (2,26), could turn our U. S. Military personnel and some Veterans, into experimental animals, and it has been done before (5,9). Moreover, fairness, equality, individual rights (human rights), some of elements of Natural Law, invoked in the Declaration of Independence (8), and that which allows us the rights to “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”, would apply only to U.S. Senators, Members of the U.S. House of Representative, most U.S. civilians, and in some instances, dogs and cats, but not to our U. S. Military, and perhaps, in some cases, Veterans.

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