Security guru Bruce Schneier brings us one of those things that flies in the face of conventional wisdom:
People confess to crimes they don’t commit. They do it a lot. What’s interesting about this research is that confessions—whether false or true—corrupt other eyewitnesses…
Yep. People will believe someone’s confession over their own experience.
How can we put this to work?
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