Would you confess to a crime you did not commit? Each year innumerable American suspects do, and experts say that trained interrogators can get anybody to confess to anything. Defense ...
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Would you confess to a crime you did not commit? Each year innumerable American suspects do, and experts say that trained interrogators can get anybody to confess to anything. Defense attorney Jane Fisher-Byrialsen is determined to put an end to interrogation techniques that all too often pressure innocent people into false confessions.
These abuses are largely the status quo; even in other practices.
Framing, badgering, pigeonholing, confirmation bias, railroading; is largely the status quo; not just by police, prosecutors and courts; but also with politics, church, schools, homeowners associations and many other powermad abusive authorities.
Interrogators ask questions but often don't give a chance for an honest answer. Instead they interrupt and force agendas and falsify memories.
It's not just the suspect(s) that are pigeonholed and given false memories; it's also supposed witnesses and supposed victims. Sometimes because of this type of bullying; supposedly witnesses and supposed victims are sometimes bullied and coached into giving false statements and/or having false memories.
Exonerating evidence is often obfuscated, not permitted and/or destroyed.
During the Salem witch hunt, almost everybody confessed and many falsely implicated others.
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