Hard Yards of Conversation

I think we have to be careful and not assume someone is lying just because it sounds outrageous, unbelievable or downright wrong. I think we cannot rely on our prejudices, presumptions and biases when it comes to accusing someone of lying as it is too serious an accusation. Unfortunately we have to do the hard yards of conversation if we really want to be “making sure” and ask the tough questions and wait for them to incriminate themselves.

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