I’m not drunk, I’m just drinkin’

The prosecutor argued that J.D.B. had never been in custody, only in school, and that no reasonable person would have believed he or she was in custody.  [emphasis added]

Wendy McElroy, “When Police Interrogate Children,” The Freeman

Yes, because no “reasonable person” would ever associate being held captive for seven hours a day in a state-run institution with being “in custody.”  Only a crazy person would think such a thing!

(Via Rad Geek.)