One day my uncle and I were having a discussion about the effectiveness of the justice system. He stated “It may be slow but it works” and went on to explain his position to me. He had been a judge for many years and noted that when a person tells a lie they have to tell another lie to cover it up. Then they tell another to cover that one and so forth until they finally get to the point that they can’t remember what the first lie was. At that point, they are “caught” and the justice system can recognize not only that facts don’t line up but also that the person who has been telling the lies may not be trustworthy.Years ago, when I worked as a Child Welfare Investigator I also learned about patterns and how they reveal the truth about individuals. Sometimes we would receive a report about children who were being “abused” or “neglected” and I would be sent to the home to gather information. Even though the reporter had been adamant that action MUST be taken immediately and the children removed from the care of the parents, my supervisor would state that we needed… Read full this story
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