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2nd Boston Bomb Suspect (US Citizen) to be Tortured

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9:27 p.m.ET:  Federal law enforcement officials will invoke the public safety exception to the Miranda law and not offer the suspect the right to remain silent during his interrogation, ABC News has learned. The exception is invoked in instances in which the public is at risk of a clear danger.

see also: 7:53 p.m. ET: Three college-aged individuals were taken into custody by the FBI late this afternoon in connection with the manhunt for bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,  Lt. Robert Richard of the New Bedford Police Department told ABC News. The three people were taken in for questioning, he said.
 
[gee, I wonder if they were Mirandized?  Nah.  Just turn them over to the CIA.]

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Comment by TL Winslow
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Let's call in General Bruce Willis :)

 

Comment by TL Winslow
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Article 1 Section 8 of the US Constitush gives Congress da powah to deal with pirates and violators of the laws of nations with military courts.  Who cares if a mass murderer suspect with great evidence against him even sees a court much less a lawyer? He should see a firing squad or noose after being interrogated, no, I don't want to see how sausage is made but lives need to be protected. In this case, they should use da powah and see if I care.



 


Comment by Powell Gammill
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http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/20/obama-vows-answers-after-boston-bombing-suspect-held/

Comment by Powell Gammill
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http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/19/lindsey-graham-reading-miranda-rights-to-bombing-suspect-a-bad-idea/

Comment by Powell Gammill
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What's next: The interrogation of the Boston bombing suspect

.... An indication of the complex investigation ahead came Friday night, when an Obama administration official told NBC News that Tsarnaev would not be given a Miranda warning when he is physically able to be interrogated after receiving medical treatment.

Instead, the official said, the government will invoke a legal rule known as the "public safety exception," which will enable investigators to question Tsarnaev without first advising him of his right to remain silent and to be afforded legal counsel.

The exemption can be invoked when information is needed to protect public safety. In this instance, the government believes it's vital to find out if Tsarnaev planted any other explosives before his capture or whether others might have plotted with him to do so, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity....

 


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