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It seems as those Rosa has suffered from False Identification. And the bias seems to be on the case of kindergartners displaying a halo effect among the teachers while seeing children around Rosa's age as delinquents. For, you see, that's probably what got Rosa expelled. They went in with a Liar Bias set for all the children on Rosa's grade level or perhaps age. They profiled her, and stuck her in a category which placed her as an attacker.
If you can't understand what a Liar Bias is, I'll go into an example which is most common: the police. When the police pulls you over, goes into your house for questioning, and especially attains you or arrests you, they out right think your guilty. An eye witness testimony does this quite well. When the eye witness gives a description of this person, the first person the police officers find, they automatically believe they did it. And they will not believe a single word this suspect, innocent or guilty, will have to say.
When they do arrest you, the whole process is to get you to confess you did it.
Take a Liar Detector test? After all, if you didn't do it, it'll read off as such.
Wrong. This will be used as evidence by pressuring the suspect through strange questions that will make their readings jump. There is a reason why they call it the "confession maker." (or something along those lines. I forget).
Such tactics as good cop/bad cop, cold and isolating corridors and rooms, and the ability to question and interrogate the suspect for more than 24 hours, regardless of age (yes, there was even cases where they would question children of murder for hours), fine print forms, false promises of leniency or even release... these are all controlled tactics which the police use to make a person confess. So why are American prisons so crowded? Because almost the majority of those people were called out through False Identification and being forced to confess. In fact, if memory serves me, 75% of these people confess simply to be released from such torture. Out of 62 cases of sending innocent people to jail, 52 were of Eye Witness Misidentification. Jennifer Thompson-Cannino's and Ronald Cotton's case being one of the most
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