Trevor Hawkins

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Boston lockdown: The new normal?

The unprecedented manhunt in Boston that concluded successfully Friday night earned law enforcement authorities the gratitude of the nation.<p>But as relief replaces fear, the debate about what this episode means for the future is already beginning. And one of the most unsettling questions is whether …

Why the bombing suspect wasn’t read his Miranda Rights

Law enforcement invoked the public safety exception when arresting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev<p>One of the big questions surrounding the arrest of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston bombing suspect, is why law enforcement officials did not read him his Miranda Rights. The Justice Department cited the public safety …

Justice Official Says No Miranda Rights For Bombing Suspect While Being Questioned "Extensively"

"The government is invoking the public safety exception to Miranda in order to question the suspect extensively about other potential explosive devices or accomplices and to gain critical intelligence," a Justice Department official tells BuzzFeed.<p>WASHINGTON — The federal government has not read …

Boston Marathon Bombing

How Boston exposes America’s dark post-9/11 bargain

Why did this story drive the whole country nuts? Because we traded rights for “security,” and didn’t get either<p>To put it mildly, this has been a bad week for democracy and a worse one for public discourse. In the minutes and hours after the bombs went off in Boston last Monday, marathon runners, …

The Crazy Accurate Thermal Images That Saw Dzokhar Tsarnaev Through a Boat Tarp (Updated)

There was no small amount of technology that went into the capture of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev, but perhaps none was more …