Originally Posted by peacepipe
He'll get read his rights,this going through a civilian court. They are not going to risk losing on Miranda .
Yes, but don't they have to read you your rights before you are taken into custody?
It seems from the article that I read, that he is being held as an enemy combatant, and is therefore subject to unempeded interrogation.
What worrys me is, what defines an enemy combatant? If you are a precived threat as inclined by the the state, are they free to detain you without due process?