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April 22, 2011

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Renato

Steve:Part of governing is knniowg when to say, no, the Court has ruled, we are going to follow their rules. Miranda v. Arizona 384 U.S. 436 (1966) made it clear that when a accused criminal asks for an attorney, all questioning is over. What part of this decision does the government not understand, just because our heart are pure does not mean that we are above the decisions of the Supreme Court.I am tired of us bending over backwards to prosecutors and police. I recently left Atlanta, where over a year ago, the police in full SWAT gear busted into the house of a 92 year women whom presuming her home was being invaded shot at them only to be shot dead by the police. The aftermath was the snitch who gave the police the info was lying and the police were dirty. Not all prosecutors and police are not paragons of virtue just because they are "thin blue line" and their hearts are pure.The Obama administration needs to tell the prosecutors to stick it and if they don't like it quit and run for public office, after all they are political appointees. Hank Foresman

Sam Martin

Thanks for sharing this insight on the Texas bill that would create a new agency to replace the existing task force.it was really interesting to read.Keep posting such interesting posts on your blog site.

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