The question over whether terror suspects should have their Miranda rights read to them after an arrest has been debated since 9/11, but maybe not more intensely than in the last week.
The surviving Boston bombing suspect didn't have his rights read at first, then did later.
Ben is breaking down what that means for his case, and what it means for you in a Reality Check you won't see anywhere else.
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