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Why do people confess to crimes they didn't commit?


When people confess to crimes they did not commit, they are really confessing to crimes they would like to commit. The man who confesses to a murder he did not commit is really confessing to a murder that he would like to commit but didn't. For example, the man might want to murder his wife and feel guilty about that desire of his, and thus confess to the killing of some other woman, even though he had nothing to do with her murder.

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