Experts: Obama Admin Pioneering Robust Use Of Miranda Exception In Terrorism Cases | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Experts: Obama Admin Pioneering Robust Use Of Miranda Exception In Terrorism Cases

The Obama Administration is applying an old exception to the Miranda rule in a new way in order to interrogate terrorism suspects before reading them their rights, several experts tell TPMmuckraker, finding what one law professor calls a "middle ground" between those who want suspects put through the criminal justice system and those who believe they should be classified as "enemy combatants."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We are careening down very a slippery slope, if this administration decides that the Miranda rule should only be used intermittently.

And by the way, in US law, there is no such thing as an "enemy combatant" or (as found in the wording of the monstrous Lieberman/McCain Bill, now in committee,"hostile belligerent"); there are simply citizens who break the law, or foreigners who break the law, and that same law is applicable to both.

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