- You do not have the right to remain silent. You must answer questions related to the sole purpose of the power, which is to ascertain if you are concerned in terrorism.
- You may be arrested and potentially prosecuted if you fail to answer questions.
- You don’t need to answer questions on issues you are unaware of; if you are unsure about something you can say so
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