ChatterBank0 min ago
Questioning terror suspects
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Frankie is correct - questioning has to stop when they are charged. There are 2 exceptions
If the officer wishes to bring to the accused's attention a statement made by someone else, he can hand him a copy but cannot say or do anything to invite a comment. He can of course record any spontaneous comment that is made (it usually has eight letters and begins with b).
Questions may be put if necessary for the purpose of preventing or minimising harm or loss to some other person or to the public or to clear up an ambiguity in a previous answer or statement, or where fresh information has come to light the accused can be given the opportunity to comment in order to be fair to him.