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By tgd4444 - / Saturday 23 July 2011 10:29 / Malaysia
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By  hemaroid  |  2

You have a choice. The police cannot make you answer any questions nor can they be physically violent toward you if you don't.
OPs rights were violated and I damn well hope they take it to court. Police brutality is never acceptable.

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  Macromartyr  |  3

But doesn't "you have the right to remain silent" mean you have the choice to be silent. OP could have answered the questions

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  hemaroid  |  2

You have a choice. The police cannot make you answer any questions nor can they be physically violent toward you if you don't.
OPs rights were violated and I damn well hope they take it to court. Police brutality is never acceptable.

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  sappy082996  |  6

actually, I think u have to tell the police that you aren't going to answer the questions and that you will use the right to remain silent, otherwise they will keep asking questions.

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  nerdfighteria  |  7

82- Is it supposed to be a good thing that your mom never gives out tickets? That's her job; some people deserve tickets, and if they don't get them every once in a while, they'll continue to break the law. Now, I wouldn't be harsh or just hand out tickets for no reason, but if I were a cop I wouldn't be to proud about never giving out a ticket.

By  Sweej  |  1

He said you had the "right" to remain silent... he didn't say you had to use it! If a cop is asking you questions, it would be wise to answer them.

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  Pazu_fml  |  10

"If a cop is asking you questions, it would be wise to answer them."

Not always true. That part where they say that anything you say could be used against you in court? They aren't kidding about that, and if you aren't extremely careful with your words, you could have them twisted around into something they didn't mean in order to implicate you. Best to wait for a lawyer.

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Let's not forget about our good friend, the amendement. Op had the right to remain silent, and is protected to not have to answer by the 5th amendment unless his lawyer is present. Police men are getting power hungry and think they can do anything but uphold the law. I would take this to the judge during court and tell him
about the police
brutality.

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  hatepineapple  |  14

No. It's not "wise" to talk to the police. You NEVER FUCKING TALK TO THE POLICE. ANY and EVERY thing you say to them CAN and WILL be used against you. There is NOTHING you can say to the police to convince them out of arresting you.

/watch?v=6wXkI4t7nuc

^^^ Read this until you can recite the entire thing in your sleep.

By  dbt88  |  15

Pretty sure Miranda v Arizona only applies to the United States, not Malasyia. And anyway, general info questions like your name and address aren't questions you have a right to not answer.

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  commietaco  |  0

dude, I know this is totally random and has nothing to do with the fml but I didn't know it was possible to have tits as an Asian. if I may say so I have a raging...glass of orange juice, right now.

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