An indication of the complex investigation ahead came Friday night, when an Obama administration official told NBC News that Tsarnaev would not be given a Miranda warning when he is physically able to be interrogated after receiving medical treatment.Instead, the official said, the government will invoke a legal rule known as the "public safety exception," which will enable investigators to question Tsarnaev without first advising him of his right to remain silent and to be afforded legal counsel.
The exemption can be invoked when information is needed to protect public safety. In this instance, the government believes it's vital to find out if Tsarnaev planted any other explosives before his capture or whether others might have plotted with him to do so, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity.
I know I might be kicking a bee hive here. But at the same time, this "law" can clearly be exploited. And in this case it is CLEARLY warranted. It may be paranoia talking, but this "law" coupled with the NDAA has me worried. There needs to be a clear definition of what constitutes as "public safety" when it comes to not reading the rights to someone. Especially a US citizen.