Thursday, January 21, 2010

Seven bullsh*t police myths everyone believes (thanks to movies)
Under no circumstances can you be coerced into being a witness against yourself. And, since at the moment they speak to you, you don't know if you’re a suspect or not, that means you always have the right to not talk to the police.

Now, obstruction of justice is a real thing, and it can be charged when you lie to the cops, destroy evidence or otherwise intentionally f*ck up their investigation. But simply refusing to talk to them is not one of those things.

Prepare to get paranoid, because today the FBI can track down and remotely turn on any cell phone, and even use it as a microphone to spy on people. They could be listening in as we speak.
From Cracked.

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