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(The New York Times)   New Miranda warning: "You're not under arrest and you're free to go at any time, therefore your refusal to speak with us now can be used at trial as evidence that you're guilty"   ( divider line
    More: Asinine, false confessions, self-incriminations, Fifth Amendment, oral arguments, guilty, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals  
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2013-04-21 04:00:18 PM  
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2013-04-21 04:14:52 PM  
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doyner: And yet, I don't hear much from the white knights of the 2nd Amendment crying foul over the erosion of the 5th and 4th...

It's no surprise that the neofascist liberals at the New York times are advocating for stripping the 5th Amendment. They also strongly oppose the 2nd Amendment and believe the 1st Amendment should only apply to some (them) and not others (the NRA.) And after Obama was elected, they curbed their 4th Amendment outrage editorials. Not much on warrantless wiretapping from them these days - can't be too critical of Dear Leader. The New York Times editors want a world where individual citizens have absolutely no basic rights and all power is concentrated with the geniuses in government, in other words, a fascist state. Some of us have a problem with that.

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2013-04-21 04:01:53 PM  
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"LOOK OUT! This shiat's BANANAS!"

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