A tale of two decisions or, how the FBI gets you to confess PsychSound by Steve Bergstein

A tale of two decisions or, how the FBI gets you to confess PsychSound by Steve Bergstein
So the opinion, while interesting, is much less interesting because now we dont know how the FBI extracts false confessions from people. Looking at things from another angle, we dont know how the FBI gets suspected terrorists to tell the truth. Except that we do know this, because the opinion is still available from the How Appealing website. The horse is out of the barn, and the classified portion of the opinion is embedded in the Internet for all eternity. Not only is this decision not to remove the premature opinion now a subject of debate (people tend to think that How Appealing did the right thing in keeping the opinion available), but now we can see the part of the ruling that the Court redacted

Go, go gadget Intertubes!

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