Officials briefed on the interrogation say the 19-year-old suspect went silent after a magistrate judge and a representative from the U.S. Attorney's office gave him his Miranda warning.
The officials insisted on anonymity because the briefing was private. federal District Court Judge Marianne Bowler arrived at the hospital where he is being treated to preside over his initial hearing Monday, when she read him his Miranda rights."
quote:Partnering with the private sector to encourage companies to hire veterans (and their spouses) and train veterans for jobs that maximize the training they already received while in the military.
Show us example of his domestic policies that will benefit this country long term without bankrupting it?
Man you guys are stupid Holder can't send a Majistrate Judge to do anything. Do you anything about federal criminal procedure
When has this regime given a damn about the law, constitution, or proper procedure
In a criminal complaint unsealed today in U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Tsarnaev is specifically charged with one count of using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction (namely, an improvised explosive device or IED) against persons and property within the United States resulting in death, and one count of malicious destruction of property by means of an explosive device resulting in death. The statutory charges authorize a penalty, upon conviction, of death or imprisonment for life or any term of years. Tsarnaev had his initial court appearance today from his hospital room.
quote:This and other like Web sites that promote an agenda or conspiracies and do little if any fact checking.
. Or are you speaking of the wacko infowars kind of stuff?
quote:I don't think you have your criminal procedure facts straight. The magistrate conducting an arraignment is very typical and has to happen within a certain amount of time ate charges are filed. The doj had already taken the unusual step of invoking a rarely used exception to reading Miranda. The FBI had questioned the suspect for 16 hours according to reports. This the exception had been stretched to it's reasonable limits. As such, reading the suspect his rights was a reasonable step in the process. There is nothing devious or improper about it.
Care to discuss how good intel was coming from a terrorist without any interrogation torture tactics and a DOJ appointed magistrate ends it?
Why do you hate democracy? America had spoken
How did this idiot we call the President con America?
Pick a side of the argument and stick with it.