There is not a single word in there about the police NOT having to extend Miranda warning and rights to suspect for 24 hours.In evidence, the public-safety rule is an exception to the Miranda rule. The public-safety exception allows into evidence an otherwise suppressible statement made by a defendant relating to information that the police needed at the time it was made in order to protect the public. If, a victim tells the police that an assailant had a gun, and upon the suspect's arrest the police find a holster not a gun, then they would be immediately entitled to ask where the gun is. Therefore, under the public-safety exception, the suspect's statement of the gun's location would be admissible
Now can you explain why you made a claim, provided a link which failed to back it up, and in doing so pretended that you did so from some superior position of knowledge when you had nothing to substantiate your actual statement?