It's fine, and warranted
It's BS, and shouldn't ever be done
I'm somewhere in the middle on this one
Other (please explain)
Ok, all I am saying is having your rights read to you is not in itself your rights. Your rights are such things as protection from self incrimination, to an attorney and stuff like that. If those arent provided then the police cant use whatever you said in court. At the point something was used in court, that is when his rights would have been violated. Right and wrong is a whole differnet thing.
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The public safety exception is meant to allow the police to deal with an immediate threat without having to balance their need to gather evidence with the needs of public safety. The problem is the exception is supposed to be narrow and presumably of short duration. Anything he says/writes will be admissible but I'm guessing a lawyer could argue the government went overboard with the use of exception and try to get the evidence excluded.
As a practical matter it's probably irrelevant. They probably have enough to hang him 10 times without his statements.
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