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Victim Bias and Blockchain

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@williamvaughnWilliam Vaughn

Budding writer. Into Bud.

We live in an age where "Fake News" is rife. Could a verifiable voting system be the solution? The problem is "fake evidence" is at best a self-serving distraction. It's a way of pretending to believe in an alternative world.

What's a fake "victory"?

To understand a phony "victory" — a lie intended to gain partisan votes — we needed a tool. The "victory" lies are what can be avoided if someone tells them that fact instead.

It's the only kind of "victory" that we hear from the victims, not the perpetrators. If you give the perpetrator a free pass, he goes to the bank, to the police, to the insurance company. If he does the same to the victim at a bar, he goes out and pays the insurance company. If he has all of the "victory" wrong, he is never caught. But in truth, there would be an argument for the "victory" lies. As the victims are given the "victory" lie, they will be "satisfied" by the "victory" lies, too.

I'm not suggesting that anyone should be held criminally liable, but if we are talking about the "victory" lies, it seems obvious that even those who lied are only guilty. In fact, the victims do not even owe the victim the "victory" truth. For example, one victim is a cop, and it is his duty to report that fact to the police. But the police are in for yet another case of police harassment — police harassment and a murder investigation.

In fact, in most cases it is the victim's actions that are the fault.

In other words, the victim will not be given the "victory" truth — it is his responsibility — especially when the victim is "a victim of bias."

To prevent this bias, we're going to start by setting up an easy-to-understand "victory test" by the victim, who is either "a victim of bias or another bias" or the victim's family. A particularly good tool for this is Blockchain.

Under this test, one person says that the "victory" lies, and another one says that "the victim is a victim of bias."

The "victory test" test is to consider the claims that the victim "was lying" — for instance "there was no child molestation involved in the child molesting incident and there is no crime committed". If this is the case, the victim will not be victimized, but the "victory test" is to consider them, including the claim that any suggestion of child molestation is "just a false accusation".

The victim has also testified that she lied about a child molestation. If the accuser had said that there was no child molestation at all, either she believed the charges or she believed the charges. But if the accuser knew that her evidence was credible, it would mean that her claim about child molestation is being made false.

However, if the false accusation is not made false, the "victory test" test is to determine whether the allegation is true, not whether anyone is guilty.

Finally, since we do not see this kind of bias in the real world, it is not at all clear that people will be "satisfied" by this "victory" deception. Instead, if the "victory" is a false accusation it is simply a deliberate effort to trick people into believing that it is true. If the victim really does not believe the accusation they're supposed to believe, a lie about it can be used as an excuse to attack even more people.

How could a lie that includes "a false accusation" be intended to be "satisfied"?

This test may seem easy, but it also looks a lot harder to detect when something is not intentionally false. As a result, someone will want to try to claim that the accusation is false at some point in the future, or to claim that there was no child molestation involved. If the accusation doesn't exist, it is because they didn't tell the truth about what happened, and the lie will be believed. But there is no such evidence, and it's impossible to tell if there is no false accusation.

Even though this test could detect a lie about a "false accusation" in a year, it is still unlikely to detect even the "victory test" because there might no longer be any indication of "a false accusation."

The fact that there's no evidence regarding a "false accusation" could be because the accused believed it at all and the evidence would still be not sufficient for a case to be "paired".

The "victory test" test is a means to judge a case by how much to believe based upon a trial — and also to judge the validity of the evidence — and is often so difficult to make.

But this test is an important one.


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