In a heated debate with Stuart Varney, Napolitano argues the alleged Boston bomber must be granted his rights under the Constitution.
“Guess what. The Fifth Amendment prevents us from ‘getting’ what we want to get out of him. If you want to suspend his Fifth Amendment right, there will be no limit to whose rights you can suspend!” said Napolitano, pointing out that the younger brother is a U.S. citizen and therefore gets the same “panoply” of constitutional rights that anyone else would.
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