Bombing questions linger

Continuing questions surround the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings. One Islamist suspect is dead; his brother is in custody at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, under heavy guard and in serious medical condition because of wounds he has received. We want to know why this horrific incident happened.

We can charge this terrorist as an enemy combatant, which allows us to question him without regard to his Miranda rights, and without going through years of legal maneuvering through civilian courts. This would allow us to interrogate him at will, to dig into the reasoning behind his actions. Yet, the administration again wants to give him his rights, to go through years of litigation through our civil courts, and they are supported by the socialist progressive American Civil Liberties Union! Why does this president seem to continually lean toward denying “terrorist” actions against our country whenever radical Muslims are involved?

Did the victims of the bombings have their Miranda rights read to them? Did the police officers wounded and killed have their Miranda rights read to them? Was the ACLU there to ensure that they were all protected?

Why does this president not get it?

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Sun, 12/04/2016 - 22:47

AP’s bias persists

Sun, 12/04/2016 - 18:09

Now the watchdogs bark