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Boston Bombing Suspect Confessed To Role In Killings BEFORE Being Read His Miranda Rights!

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Oh no… we hope this doesn't jeopardize the case against him!

Suspected co-conspirator of the Boston attacks Dzhokhar Tsarnaev recently CONFESSED to his and his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev's role in the terror plot and detailed the driving forces behind the horrific incident…

But he did so BEFORE being read his Miranda rights AKA before he was advised by the law of his constitutional right to remain quiet until a lawyer is appointed on his behalf!

After about 16 hours of questioning, a magistrate judge and a representative from the U.S. Attorney's office reportedly arrived to Tsarnaev's hospital room and read him his rights, at which time he STOPPED talking to officials.

The question that now remains is IF any of what Dzhokhar Tsarnaev said prior to being informed of his rights as a US citizen will count in a court of law.

But even if his words are deemed unworthy of consideration, it seems it might not matter, because Dzhokhar confessed to a witness AND there is evidence extracted from the scene — specifically a 9 mm handgun and pieces of a remote-control device — that could prove guilt.

Also, because Dzhokhar is considered a "terrorist" and there is much debate on whether terrorists deserve rights at all, the fact that he wasn't read his rights might not be an issue.

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17 comments to “Boston Bombing Suspect Confessed To Role In Killings BEFORE Being Read His Miranda Rights!”

  1. Fergie_beat_Marios_Ass says – reply to this


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    More liberal based loopholes for criminals

  2. Tennisnsun says – reply to this


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    You nitwit ~ Miranda Rights are not involved in a situation like this. Do your research and stop alarming your readers!



  3. 3

    It would have been so easy to mirandize him. Bush and now Obama have decided it i ok to wipe their a$$ on the constitution….and people don't care because this guy killed people…which is AWFUL yes. But these same laws make it ok for the gvt to listen in on phone convos or read your mail or detain anyone without a warrant or giving them cause. Oh well.

  4. lala says – reply to this


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    Wait, so a guy that supposedly cant talk, managed to write down and confess before any law offical (think i'm right in that?) could say those rights out loud? So i guess they were being ulta careful or something having someone fairly important do it, but instead come off as slightly retarted.



  5. 5

    Any other case, anything he said would not have counted and if the legal team only had that to go on then there would be no case. So maybe his confession doesn't count but that doesn't mean he won't get hammered by the law because there is a lot of evidence against him. Plus terrorists and traitors shouldn't have the same legal rights under the law.



  6. 6

    There is a public safety exception to Miranda Rights. Seeing as he is a terrorist who exchanged fire with police more than once and killed a cop, I'd say the situation qualifies for the exception rule. Also, it was said by the AUSA during the press conference in Boston when he was captured that the exception rule would be invoked when police questioned the suspect. This, therefore, makes everything he confessed to admissible in a court of law.

    I love you madly, Perez, and know that you deal in sensationalism… but, I wish you would have done a rudimentary Google search on this article before broadcasting half-truths and inaccuracies to the whole of the interwebs.



  7. 7

    Isn't he meant to have neck injuries meaning he can't speak? How did he confess :/



  8. 8

    Could someone please put a kink in his oxygen tube….



  9. 9

    Don't you EVER do research OR even listen to/read ALL the news before saying something stupid???? Not being given his miranda warning when he was taken into custody was NOT a mistake. When there is an issue of national security or terrorism Miranda rights do not apply initially. They had to be able to determine if there was a further threat of violence. ALL the legal consultants that have spkoen since he was captured explained this. DON'T YOU LISTEN or at least ask someone with legal know;edge!



  10. 10

    The last thing Perez Hilton needs to do is to start acting like he's a lawyer and knows all about the law. I'm no lawyer myself but even I know that laws passed after 9-11 allow for certain suspension of an individual's right if its felt the public is in immenent danger.



  11. 11

    Miranda does not apply in this case. Miranda would not have applied in Dormers case either. They were IMMEDIATE threats to the public. Read the law.



  12. 12

    Re: westilah – Pen and paper, he also nodded for certain questions. He's a piece of shit.

  13. anon says – reply to this


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    If there is an imminent threat to public safety you are allowed to question a suspect without giving miranda rights. Considering they planted bombs and there was a fear there might be more out there they were allowed to question. His statements will be admissible in court.

  14. lo lo says – reply to this


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    rights?….he is a terroist…he has no rights….are you kidding me ~TERROIST ~ I just don't get what more there is to say!

  15. kaitlinx420 says – reply to this


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    Police officers or FBI in this case may waive the person's Miranda rights if there is a public safety exception that exists. In this case there was, he bombed a place, and he was armed and dangerous during his actions - therefore they didn't need to read his Miranda rights before interrogations. Trust me, I'm taking Criminal Investigation and Police Procedure in college right now. The law officials were doing their jobs correctly, and legally; but nice try Perez.

  16. Chaney says – reply to this


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    You're a piece of shit.

  17. Amber says – reply to this


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    I will NOT say he did it unless I see absolute proof or watch him say it himself . After all he is an American citizen and does have rights. But there has already been so much bullshit and lies from the police, FBI and media that there is no way in hell I would take their word for it!