US Supreme Court rules silence may be used as evidence of guilt

End well, this will not…

According to the 5-4 split US Supreme Court ruling, refusing to answer questions and remaining silent can indeed be used as evidence of guilt in a court of law, if you have not had your Miranda rights read to you prior to the questioning.

Gee, how could this possibly go wrong?

I am speechless (no pun intended)!

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One Response to “US Supreme Court rules silence may be used as evidence of guilt”

  1. Steynian 476rd | Free Canuckistan! Says:

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