Retired Detective Jim Trainum explains the harm of focusing on a single or limited police or prosecutorial theory and seeking only evidence that confirms that particular theory.
The fact that someone considers only one part of a problem or situation, or holds a single opinion rather than having a more general understanding
If you say that someone has tunnel vision, you disapprove of them because they are concentrating completely on achieving a particular aim, and do not notice or consider all the different aspects of what they are doing.
Collins Cobuild Dictionary
An inability to see or understand all the aspects of a situation, an argument, etc. instead of just one part of it
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7 Miscarriages/Travesty of justice ~ Michael Crowe Case – Coerced Confession – Part 1 of (3)
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A beautiful young girl called Stephanie Crow was tragically lost to a sensless murder. The police unsure about who to suspect, and how the murderer gained entry into the victims house then decided to focus on the family.
However this is not just a miscarriage of justice it is a travesty of justice by the sheer incompetence, and shocking cold indifference of the police.
Michael Crowe was only a child when the police decided to railroad him for the murder of his sister. This case went so far off the tracks that Michaels friends were dragged into the police station and charged with murder.
Meanwhile the real killers clothes covered in Stephanies blood along with eye witness accounts in the locality of the murder that shows a disturbing modus operandie that involved stalking young girls, all evidence that should have been focused on lay neglected, and forgotton as police were determined to build a strong case against Michael Crowe. This story reveal’s how the Police can be shockingly incompetent, and yet are free to prosecute in any way they please.
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