Credit my friend Joe for drawing my attention to the current Administration's "expanded interpretation" of the Public Safety Exception to Miranda Rights, the guidelines of which are being kept from the public.
The Obama administration has issued new guidance on use of the Miranda warning in interrogations of terrorism suspects, potentially chipping away at the rule that bars the government from using information in court if it was gathered before a suspect was informed of his right to remain silent and to an attorney.
But the Department of Justice is refusing to publicly release the guidance, with a spokesman describing it in an interview as an "internal document." So we don't know the administration's exact interpretation of Miranda, even though it may have significantly reshaped the way terrorism interrogations are conducted.
All I'm going to add right now is: if the President's last name was Bush, a lot of the people whose opinions I share would be going nuts and raising the roof in protest. I'm wondering what sort of fervor they'll whip up now?
The Accidental Wolf - a Webseries written and directed by Arian Moayed. Shooting now; release date TBD
Mel & El-isodes - the award-winning (http://www.lvcomedyfest.com/) web series by the formidable Mel & El, in which I shower the heroines with disdain. Bwahahhahahahaaaaaa! Finally released!! http://www.melandel.com/webseries.html