1. Tough Interrogation Tactics Can Lead To False Confessions
Interrogations are obviously an important part of the justice system but sometimes law officials employ unfair tactics to elicit a confession — which can cause an innocent person to confess to a crime they didn’t commit just so the interrogation will end.
2. Polygraph Tests Can Be Used As Evidence, Even Though There’s No Proof Of Their Accuracy
Polygraph enthusiasts claim they are 90% effective… Read the rest
Seriously, most of these are from the pooper. Good ol’ dropbox.
Best of Urban Dictionary this month:
the internal physiological mechanism responsible for causing one to wake up at workday times on the weekend.
also responsible for any low-grade sleep disorders and the inability to stay awake during any meetings held after lunch.
“it’s saturday, go back to sleep!”
“i can’t, it’s my bio-illogical clock on the fritz again.”
The action of climbing over or … Read the rest
Like tots the funniest shiznit I could find all week. Some old. Some probably seen before. Like the honey-badger, I don’t give a $hit.
That chick is a keeper.
It’s all fun and games until he starts barking.
This makes me laugh. It’s a Catholic uniform.
Historically, the capirote was a cardboard cone that flagellants in Spain would use. It was also used during capital punishment in Spain, and also during an Inquisition, where the condemned person would be … Read the rest