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Article posted Jun 18 2013, 5:47 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Jonathan Turley Print

The Price of Silence: Supreme Court Rules That Pre-Miranda Silence Can Be Used Against Defendant To Prove Guilt

JONATHAN TURLEY

In a major loss for individual rights vis-a-vis the police, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that prosecutors could use a personís silence against them in court if it comes before heís told of his right to remain silent. The prosecutors used the silence of Genovevo Salinas to convict him of a 1992 murder. Because this was a non-custodial interview, the Court ruled that the prosecutors could use his silence even though citizens are allowed to refuse to speak with police. It is of little surprise that the pro-police powers decision was written by Samuel Alito who consistently rules in favor of expanding police powers.

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Posted: Jun 20 2013, 4:16 PM

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17444 This decision shows how you never talk to the police at all. I don't care if your some liberal do-gooder who thinks they're doing the right thing. I look to God for justice not the U.S. justice system that is comprised of criminal cops, prosecutors, and judges.


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