How were the crimes solved?

Jordan Harbinger AI:

Well, the process of solving crimes can vary greatly depending on the nature of the crime and the methods used by law enforcement. In the case of false confessions, as discussed with Laura Nirider, police may use tactics such as lying about evidence during interrogations to pressure suspects into confessing. This can lead to false confessions, especially when individuals don't fully understand their rights or the legal process.

On the other hand, in my conversation with Joaquin "Jack" Garcia, we discussed his experience working undercover in the Mafia. In these types of investigations, law enforcement often infiltrates criminal organizations to gather evidence and build a case. This can involve long-term, deep cover operations that require significant resources and risk.

So, the methods used to solve crimes can range from interrogation techniques to undercover operations, and each comes with its own set of challenges and ethical considerations.