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The Bogus 'Public Safety' Exception

Barry409 Wrote: Apr 27, 2013 9:12 AM
As much as this "Public Safety" is seemly wanted by most of the public, it is directly against the 4th and 5th amendment. There is no reason, and I will repeat, no reason to deviate from the Constitution. If it can be disbanded for this reason, then the govt, the police the states can find their own "Public Safety" reasonings. NOW, being a naturalized citizen, this attrocity can deem his visa, his citizenship being petitioned under false pretences and and revoked thus his arrest and detention being a foreign combatant (which he should) and come under military review.There is enough evidence already to do this. Even in the most trying times, we can not allow the circumventing of the Constitution if we are to survive in a free state.
Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, captured last Friday evening, was not informed of his right to remain silent and his right to a lawyer until Monday morning, nearly three days after his arrest.

The FBI said the delay was justified under the "public safety" exception to Miranda v. Arizona, the 1966 ruling in which the Supreme Court said the now-familiar warnings are required to enforce the Fifth Amendment's guarantee against compelled self-incrimination. But the public-safety exception itself is not justified, which becomes clear when you consider the 1984 decision that announced it.

New York v. Quarles involved a late-night confrontation between...