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#709 Apr 22, 2013
yes , I had to do a quick research and the Obama has got an exempt by declaring a terrorist .... removable rights ...

makes sense , why should they have the protection of the rights ,of the very people to whom they do harm...

but only Federal can do this ..otherwise a violation of human rights 5th/6th/14th

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#710 Apr 22, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah....And that comes from some one who believes that "...shall not be infringed..." means the founders ok'd revolution anytime one party finishes in second place. That's some dandy constitutional scholarin' right there, bub!
LoL. And that comes from someone who believes that government welfare cheese and kool-aid was served at the signing of the constitution.

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#712 Apr 22, 2013
The Constitution begins with "We the people..." not "It takes a village..."
Also, it is the Bill of Rights, not the List of Benefits.

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#713 Apr 22, 2013
Hunglo wrote:
The Constitution begins with "We the people..." not "It takes a village..."
Also, it is the Bill of Rights, not the List of Benefits.
The US Constitution was designed to be used as a guideline for government. The first three Articles of the Constitution establish the rules and separate powers of the three branches of the federal government: a legislature, the bicameral Congress; an executive branch led by the President; and a federal judiciary headed by the Supreme Court. The last four Articles frame the principle of federalism. The Tenth Amendment confirms its federal characteristics.

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#714 Apr 22, 2013
African_shadows wrote:
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Right. And I suppose nuking the Japanese civilians was justifiable so that "hundreds of American troops could be saved"
Save the precious American lives nuke the rest. Pity.
Yet the US keeps preaching human rights BS all over the world.
Wow.
What does WW2 have to do with 2 SOB jihadist moon cultists killing people in Boston?

You should not be so angry at the US and passive about islam. How many times have muslims attack people in Kenya including grenade attacks on churches?

Yeah Americans are dumb. Dumb enough to give your country foreign aid. So is mine.

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#715 Apr 22, 2013
this is new to me , was only enacted recently .... last year or so....

A]. the government is invoking the “public safety” exception that can be triggered when authorities believe there is a need to protect the public from immediate danger. This means Tsarnaev can be questioned immediately without being officially warned of his right to remain silent, his right to an attorney, and the caution that anything he says can be used against him in trial.

“There is a public safety exemption in cases of national security and for acts of terrorism,” U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz told reporters Friday night.

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#716 Apr 22, 2013
INFO:

The public safety exception originated in a 1980 New York case where a police officer was arresting an individual matching a suspect description from a woman who said she had just been raped. When the officer frisked the man, he found he was wearing an empty shoulder holster, and after handcuffing him, asked where the gun was. The man gestured and said,“The gun is over there,” at which point the officer discovered a loaded handgun. The U.S. Supreme Court ultimately ruled that the immediate need to protect the police or public from danger permitted the officer to question the man right away — and made his pre-Mirandized statements admissible in court.

“In that case the danger to the public was immediate,” Goelman said on Fox News.“Here I think we’re talking about potentially interviewing this guy when he wakes up in a hospital after the police have been satisfied that the immediate danger is gone. I think it’s a risk…there is a chance that any statement he makes after giving an un-Mirandized statement might be suppressed [in court].”

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#718 Apr 22, 2013
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INFO:
The public safety exception originated in a 1980 New York case where a police officer was arresting an individual matching a suspect description from a woman who said she had just been raped. When the officer frisked the man, he found he was wearing an empty shoulder holster, and after handcuffing him, asked where the gun was. The man gestured and said,“The gun is over there,” at which point the officer discovered a loaded handgun. The U.S. Supreme Court ultimately ruled that the immediate need to protect the police or public from danger permitted the officer to question the man right away — and made his pre-Mirandized statements admissible in court.
“In that case the danger to the public was immediate,” Goelman said on Fox News.“Here I think we’re talking about potentially interviewing this guy when he wakes up in a hospital after the police have been satisfied that the immediate danger is gone. I think it’s a risk…there is a chance that any statement he makes after giving an un-Mirandized statement might be suppressed [in court].”
While I'm still not sure that I like the idea of exceptions to the Miranda Act and the possible 5th amendment issues, as long as the interrogators limit their questions to the possibility of more unexploded bombs they are within the bounds of the exception.

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#719 Apr 22, 2013
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While I'm still not sure that I like the idea of exceptions to the Miranda Act and the possible 5th amendment issues, as long as the interrogators limit their questions to the possibility of more unexploded bombs they are within the bounds of the exception.
but of course , but here is an argument ,,,he is captured/in hospital/ so does he present an immediate threat to public safety ?????

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#720 Apr 22, 2013
Alleged terror plot targeting Via train thwarted...

"Canadian police say they have arrested two men and thwarted a plot to carry out a major terrorist attack on a Via passenger train in the Greater Toronto Area.

The two accused are Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, of Montreal, and Raed Jaser, 35, from Toronto. They have been charged with conspiracy to carry out a terrorist attack and "conspiring to murder persons unknownn for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a terrorist group."

Police said the two accused were getting "direction and guidance" from al-Qaeda elements in Iran. There was no information to suggest the attacks were state sponsored, police said.

The investigation was part of a cross-border operation involving Canadian law enforcement agencies, the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

more....

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2013/04/2...

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#721 Apr 22, 2013
Hunglo wrote:
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Constitutional law is not this administrations strong point
Aye, am very aware of that. Nor was it the last administration.
Nor the few before it. We've been sold out!

A long time ago.

We are still Americans and for that we should stand with strength always and in all ways.

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#722 Apr 22, 2013
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but of course , but here is an argument ,,,he is captured/in hospital/ so does he present an immediate threat to public safety ?????
Unexploded, potentially unstable bombs could present a public safety issue, so yes, as did the abandoned loaded gun in the original case that you cited.

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#724 Apr 22, 2013
The Second Amendment- THE only amendment worth a dam- clearly states:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

The only thing that stops a bad guy with a bomb is a good guy with a bomb.

That's covered in the "...shall not be infringed..." part for you non-Constitutional scholars.

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#725 Apr 22, 2013
Hunglo wrote:
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Unexploded, potentially unstable bombs could present a public safety issue, so yes, as did the abandoned loaded gun in the original case that you cited.
just don't picture this pair of running around , carjacking/robbery carrying pressure-cookers as IEDs

I believe they acted on ideology and not common sense ... common sense would have devised an escape ...
this is like a twilight zone .... who knows
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#726 Apr 22, 2013
So what wrote:
<quoted text>Who asked you?
It's playing for you Geno. Tissue?

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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#727 Apr 22, 2013
hers is a thought.....

he was officially charged , with weapon of mass destruction....

guess it is who is president
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#728 Apr 22, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
The Second Amendment- THE only amendment worth a dam- clearly states:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
The only thing that stops a bad guy with a bomb is a good guy with a bomb.
That's covered in the "...shall not be infringed..." part for you non-Constitutional scholars.
What you know/understand about The US Constitution would fit on the head of a pin? What you know about everything else would fit on the head of Geno's d!ck. It's considerably smaller, at least according to the FL cat lady.

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#729 Apr 22, 2013
Worlds Smallest Violin wrote:
<quoted text>It's playing for you Geno. Tissue?
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
no need for a tissue, Ferrerman swallows

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#730 Apr 22, 2013
Hunglo wrote:
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no need for a tissue, Ferrerman swallows
ROFLMAFAO!

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