Underpants bomber, you have the “right” to remain silent

Should Abdulmutallab been given the right to remain silent or not? Might we have been able to extract more information and still tried the Nigerian later in the criminal system? David Rivkin, constitutional attorney, debates with Matthew Alexander, former senior interrogator in Iraq about the issue. Share your thoughts!

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