Mark Levin explains why Boston jihadi CANNOT be tried as an unlawful enemy combatant



While Levin says it’s already a moot point now that the White House has decided to try the Boston jihadi in civilian court, he explains why that’s the only legal approach they have the authority to take. He also explains why the use of the public exception to Miranda was appropriately used in this instance and would be upheld if challenged:

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