pmop57 wrote:Because a confessions is exactly what they want to get. A confession is the 'solving' of the crime. They know that most people (finally their public, those who will ignore but approve their methods) are not aware of the problematic of false confessions, because they know that a vast majority believes that nobody would confess to have comitted a crime that in fact he did not. And the Prosecutors are focussed on winning cases by all means against facts, reason and logic often supported by experts themselves victims of tunnel vision, especially when dealing with cases involving children.
WE ARE MORE AND MORE TOLD, EDUCATED, MANIPULATED TO BELIEVE THAT LIFE WITHOUT RISK DOES EXIST, IS POSSIBLE, ALTHOUGH IT IS NOT AND NEVER WILL BE. IT HAS BECOME SOME KIND OF DENIAL OF REALITY ADOPTED AS WELL BY THE JUDICIARY, THE POLITICS AND SOCIETY.
LondonSupporter wrote:This seems to be as clear a case of railroading via coercive interrogation as you could find anywhere. Why was this girl interrogated for hours with no legal representation?
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/48-hours-ho ... ion-carry/
pmop57 wrote:Shouldn't this case become a featured case?
ReneFunga wrote:right into the whole video of how the boy got his toy car even when you bump your head it cause a scratch on his forward even how many times he does it.
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