NYT: ‘Attorney General Eric Holder Backs Miranda Limit for Terror Suspects’

Disregard for the Bill of Rights is not limited to Republicans:

Mr. Holder proposed carving out a broad new exception to the Miranda rights established in a landmark 1966 Supreme Court ruling. It generally forbids prosecutors from using as evidence statements made before suspects have been warned that they have a right to remain silent and to consult a lawyer.

Keep in mind that this is about the rights afforded to U.S. citizens.

Monday, 10 May 2010