THE SOUND OF SILENCE after Berghuis v Thompkins:[1] silence as evidence now that the Fifth Amendment right to silence must be explicitly invoked.

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  1. So far the story swings in an ellipsis around the central point – the silence itself – then begins the struggle with the Evil Ones of a Charles Dickens novel. But first – we continue –

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    1. Your poetic comment is appreciated. it makes me wonder, am I careless with my objectivity? If the powers that be seem Evil, I have strayed too far from careful research and drank from the heady potion that is opinion….

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