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The US Constitution has no bearing on the Nuremberg Tribunals The tribunals were not conducted under US law, they were conducted under an international treaty going by the snappy title of No. 251 Agreement by the Government of the United Kindom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Government of the United States of America, the Provisional Government ...


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It would come down to the question if the US Constitution binds the US government in how they enter and apply instruments like the London Charter aka Nuremberg Charter or for that matter the unconditional surrender agreement with Germany. Neither of them is a law or bill, exactly. There have been plenty of cases where the US found it legal (constitutional?) ...


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This article goes into Miranda variants in some detail. The basic answer is that there are no SCOTUS-mandated formal requirements on the warning, and there exist up to 900 variants of the warning. The court only requires clear communication of those rights and appropriate waiver of them. The specific requirements, if any, are set by the jurisdiction. Since ...


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