Sunday, June 13, 2021

A word about June 13




We remember June 13:

The First First Lady:   Martha Washington was born on this day in 1732 and died in 1802.    Her husband, President Washington, died 3 years earlier in 1799.

"Miranda rule":    On this day in 1966, The Supreme Court wrote the "Miranda v Arizona" decision.  It established the principle that all criminals suspects must be advised of their rights prior to interrogation, i.e. "You have the right to remain silent......"

"World War II series":      "The story of World War II with Barry Jacobsen, part 3........click to listen".......

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