Evil High Priest: BullBearMS: Vaneshi: You have the right to remain silent but anything you later rely on in court may be used against you.If we are interested in this particular case, under the extraordinary powers misused against him he had no right to remain silent, access to an attorney, or access to officials from his nation's consulate.He was not even given access to a translator so he could speak in his native Portuguese and be sure that he even understood the questions properly.Well, sure. Because terrorism.
Vaneshi: You have the right to remain silent but anything you later rely on in court may be used against you.
farkingatwork: They didn't even tell him he had the right to remain silent?
vpb: 21-7-b: Again, I don't know, but I wouldn't be surprised if there was a team coordinating an ongoing casefile seeking to address (what is) a breach of security - in fact I'd very strongly, to the point of certainty, assume there is more than one such team globallyOf course there is. I don't know who is responsible, but espionage and leaks are nothing new. There is certainly some procedure for coordinating a response between countries.
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