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Confessions and admissions

Confessions need to be cross checked for accuracy.

There and individuals who like to take credit for crimes they have not committed.

All admissions and confessions that are self-incriminating are usually considered accurate, especially if the alleged crime has NOT BEEN EXPOSED IN THE MEDIA.

All CRIME details are not usually released to the media so confessions can be checked for accuracy.

Death bed confessions are often necessary and anticipated to clear cases.

Confessions can be easy to obtain when a person is in a relaxed state or has a motive to confess.

Information obtained from interrogations usually are NOT to be trusted.

Coercive means used on to obtain information usually obtains less information.

Admissions are often best obtained when someone is in a relaxed state.

Confessions are often not believed when they are extreme.

It is usually a bad policy to NOT believe extreme confessions.

In extreme cases the confessions and admissions are usually of most value to society.

Society needs to carefully work the most extreme cases to make sure extreme situations are not leading the majority.

Confessions and admissions are often the most valuable indicators of the direction of society.

An admission of a desire to murder, torture, cannibalize, or be a thief or pirate should be taken seriously. checked>

Confessions can be an attempt to make others their partners in crime.

A criminal may feel a victim has given permission to commit a crime if the victim does not extricate themselves upon hearing a confession.

A confession can be an omission or a commission, or it can be acted out.

Consistently repeating a behavior can appear confessional.

Admissions can become introductions to partnerships in crime. Sometimes, after an admission of criminal intent if the person who witnesses the confession does not leave the criminal will consider this to be tacit agreement to be a victim. Listening or observing criminals or unethical activity may seem to many to suggest complicity or condoning that activity; however, it may also mean the observer feels endangered or powerless to report the activity.

Confessions can be only partly accurate due to nervousness or memory problems.

The use of reason is the best way to obtain a confession.