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Wait, is there a video game where you go through the Reid technique?
Sort of. LA Noire, phenomenal game and one I highly recommend to anyone.
Is this the Reid Technique here we’re getting into? If it is, I’ve looked it up before. It’s pretty nasty.
The much feared and hated Reid technique. #1 cause of false confessions everywhere.
Sad part is, a lot of good cops have been taught for so long that there’s nothing wrong with this method, they can’t see it for what it is.
Let’s try not to get TOO far ahead ;)
wow State looks like she needs a fix like a confession junkie or something :)