Q: Why was the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing read his rights?
A: Because he was arrested and charged with a crime.
If you don’t understand that, then I don’t know how to help you understand it.
Perhaps you could ask Timothy McVeigh if he thinks that being tried under the law, instead of being tried outside of it, meant that prosecutors didn’t take his case seriously. Ask Timothy McVeigh if he thinks being read his rights meant that prosecutors were soft on terrorism.
Go ahead and ask Timothy McVeigh those ques …