Interrogator's Fallacy

Applies only in the case of extremely hardened criminals and terrorists, but this can occur when one accepts a confessions as proof of guilt when the defendant has reasons to give a false confession.

See also Defendant's Fallacy, Fundamental Attribution Error and Prosecutor's Fallacy.

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