What is the Miranda rights?
Do yuo agree that it should exempt the suspect in the recent Boston bombing?
Everybody has the right for legal support, even when disagreeing with what he or she has done. It was a conviction case in 1966 that led to this law.
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-hist … stablished
Miranda versus Arizona was decided in 1966 and set the precedent (and mandated the practice) that all suspects taken into custody by police be advised of their 5th Amendment rights, among other things, not to incriminate one's self, which, on the street and in the courtroom means you have the right to remain silent.
The remaining suspect in the recent series of violent acts in Boston, MA is an American citizen who committed his crimes (allegedly, to be technical) on American soil and under no orders or allegience to an American enemy.
He deserves to have respected the same rights and protections to which all Americans are entitled.
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