by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:
Is it possible that you could one day be convinced to confess to a crime you never committed — because you don’t remember you didn’t commit it?
How could you not know that you didn’t commit a crime? Perhaps because your mind was altered to prohibit you from remembering that you’re innocent. If that sounds confusing or bizarre, this will only add to the bizarre, confusing nature of such an event: New research suggests that this very thing may have already happened, and the implications are profound.
A press release from the Association for Psychological Science said that new research published in the organization’s journal, Psychological Science, discovered evidence from some cases of wrongful conviction that suspects can be questioned by authorities in a way that could lead them to falsely believe in, and confess to, crimes they didn’t really commit.
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