Sixteen hours after investigators began interrogating him, the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings went silent: He'd just been read his constitutional rights.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev immediately stopped talking after a magistrate judge and a representative from the U.S. Attorney's office entered his hospital room and gave him his Miranda warning, according to a U.S. law enforcement source and four officials of both political parties briefed on the interrogation.
A transparent attempt to justify the regime's "public safety exemption" BS line for not Mirandizing him in the first place, of course. The narrative fastball from the Batshit Insane wing of the Perpetual War Party will be "see? If he'd been read his rights immediately after his arrest, he'd never have told the interrogators anything."
And if you believe one word of that narrative, please come into my realty office. We need to discuss some bridges and oceanfront property I'm positioned to offload quickly and cheaply.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is 19 years old. He has lived in the US since he was eight. He is an American high school graduate and an American university marine biology major. He's seen as much cop TV as anyone else on his block, and he knew damn well that he had "the right to remain silent, etc." from the moment the cuffs went on.
Be crystal clear on this: We're being told exactly what the regime wants us to hear, and we're being told what we're being told because what we're being told serves their purposes.
Not our purposes, and certainly not any high-falutin' purposes of "justice" or "truth." This is all about, and only about, the political class (with the help of lots of useful idiots) justifying what they've done and whatever it is they might want to do next.
We don't know whether or not Tsarnaev has said anything at all, or if so what it might be.
The only thing we can be close to absolutely certain of is that if a person works in or for Washington, DC, and if that person's lips are moving, that person is lying.