A Japanese exchange student, Kenichi Iwakawa, 19, who allegedly asked for an in
A Japanese exchange student, Kenichi Iwakawa, 19, who allegedly asked for an interpreter before waiving his Miranda rights and offering a confession, might have had his civil rights violated as a result. Iwakawa was accused of the rape of a University of Southern Maine student and arrested August 21. A police videotape of the interrogation was not made available to reporters, but might create a problem for the prosecution because police failed to respond to his request. With related editorial.
Civil rights, Kenichi Iwakawa
Pacillo, Connie, "A Japanese exchange student, Kenichi Iwakawa, 19, who allegedly asked for an in" (1998). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 2360.
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