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Tuesday, 2 October 2007

Erroneous Data Confession Syndrome (ED-CS), also known as rapid erudition, presupposed confession, or by the Latin term erudictio praefax, is the most common espionage problem in the DHS, affecting 25%-40% of detainees.

It is characterized by a lack of viable, verifiable content particularly among Abu Gharib and Guantanamo detainees.

An unconfirmed NSA Scientist has long suspected a genetic link to certain forms of erroneous confessions. In one study, ninety-one percent of detainees who suffered from lifelong inferiority complexes also had a close relative with life-ending aspirations. Other researchers have noted that suspects who suffer from erroneous have a lower threshold for water-boarding, humiliation exposure, and sleep deprivation.

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