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12,955.  I confess to almighty God … that I have sinned exceedingly in thought, word, and deed, through my fault, through my fault, through my most grievous fault.  (Catholicism & Confession)  The Missal, used by Church till 1964, The Ordinary of the Mass

 

 

20,052.  What is the point of confessing if I don’t repent? (GBH Films & Confession & Repentance)  The Godfather III 1990 starring Al Pacino & Andy Garcia & Diane Keaton & Talia Shire & Sofia Coppola & George Hamilton & Bridget Fonda et al, director Francis Ford Coppola, Michael

 

 

20,596.  I couldn’t stand you’re not knowing.  (GBH Film & Confession & Law)  The Firm 1993 starring Tom Cruise & Jeanne Tripplehorn & Gene Hackman & Ed Harris & Holly Hunter & Hal Holbrook & David Strathairn et al, director Sydney Pollack, him to her

 

 

21,342.  This confession has meant nothing.  (GBH Films & Confession & Murder)  American Psycho 2000 starring Christian Bale & Willem Dafoe & Jared Leto & Josh Lucas & Samantha Mathis & Matt Ross & Bill Sage & Chloe Sevigny & Cara Seymour & Justin Theroux & Reese Witherspoon et al 

 

 

56,740.  Confession is good for the soul.  (Proverb & Confess)  Mid-17th century proverb

 

 

68,095.  Unless of course it’s a woman priest in which case it’ll go like this: forgive me, Father, for what I am about to do.  Bill Hicks, Revelations, Dominion Theatre London

 

 

68,096.  Of all confessions a written one is the most detrimental all round.  Never confess!  Never!  Never!  Joseph Conrad, Change 1913

 

 

68,097.  Confession is always weakness.  The grave soul keeps its own secrets, and takes its own punishment in silence.  Dorothy Dix

 

 

68,098.  Between lovers a little confession is a dangerous thing.  Helen Rowland

 

 

68,099.  Confession is not betrayal.  What you say or do doesn't matter; only feelings matter.  If they could make me stop loving you-that would be the real betrayal.  George Orwell, 1984

 

 

68,100.  He was clearly not the murderer whom Hawksmoor was seeking, but it was generally the innocent who confessed: in the course of many enquiries, Hawksmoor had come across those who accused themselves of crimes which they had not committed and who demanded to be taken away before they could do more harm.  He was acquainted with such people and recognised them at once – although they were noticeable, perhaps, only for a slight twitch in the eye or the awkward gait with which they moved through the world.  And they inhabited small rooms to which Hawksmoor would sometimes be called: rooms with a bed and a chair but nothing besides, rooms where they shut the door and began talking out loud, rooms where they sat all evening and waited for the night, rooms where they experienced blind panic and then rage as they stared at their lives.  And sometimes when he saw such people Hawksmoor thought, this is what I will become, I will be like them because I deserve to be like them, and only the smallest accident separates me from them now.  Peter Ackroyd, Hawksmoor

 

 

68,101.  It is the confession, not the priest, that gives us absolution.  Oscar Wilde

 

 

72,495.  Where do I begin, my lords and ladies?  I’m a vile man, I confess it.  My crimes and sins are beyond counting.  I have lied and cheated.  Gambled and whored.  I’m not particularly good at violence, but I’m good at convincing others to do violence for me.  You want specifics, I suppose?  When I was seven, I saw a servant girl bathing in the river.  I stole her robe.  She was forced to return to the castle naked and in tears.  If I close my eyes, I can still see her tits bouncing.  When I was ten, I stuffed my uncle’s boots with goat shit.  When confronted with my crime, I blamed a squire.  Poor boy was flogged and I escaped justice.  When I was twelve I milked my eel into a pot of turtle stew.  I flogged the one-eyed snake.  I skinned my sausage.  I made the bald man cry!  (Fantasy & Confession)  Game of Thrones: A Golden Crown s1e6, Tyrion Lannister

 

 

89,644.  ‘That confessional nature makes you feel better.’    (Scientology & Cult & Confess & Mental Health)  Scientology: Going Clear: The Prison of Belief ***** opening scene

 

 

91,484.  You’d be brought to shown the rack first.  And if they didn’t illicit a confession ... slowly tightened by rotating the drum.  (Torture & Confession)  Bridge Clifford, royal armoury    

 

 

92,590.  We live in a confessional age.  But the confessional is now a different kind of box.  Exposure to the max.  Privacy is so over.  (Art & Confession)  Face of Britain by Simon Schama V

 

 

97,940.  I wish to confess.  The name’s Shelby.  (Gangstas & Confess)  Peaky Blinders s3e4, brothers in forest, mother

 

 

98,541.  Here then, as I lay down the pen and proceed to seal up my confession, I bring the life of that unhappy Henry Jekyll to an end.  Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

 

 

100,931.  Our brilliant client made a full, frank and free confession to the police.  (Law & Confession)  Play for Today: Rumpole of the Bailey 1975 aka Rumpole and the Confession of Guilt 2007, Rumpole

 

 

119,914.  Make your confession and all this will end.  You want that, don’t you?  An end to all this pain?  You sign this and it’s done.  What do you say?  (Pope & Confess)  The Borgias s2e10: The Confession, Corella to Savonarola

 

 

126,079.  Hank: Are you here to confess?  

 

Walter: There’s nothing to confess.  (Crystal Meth & Gangstas: New Mexico & Confession)  Breaking Bad s5e11: Confessions   

126,080.  This is my confession.  If you are watching this tape, I am probably dead.  Murdered by my brother-in-law Hank Schrader.  (Crystal Meth & Gangstas: New Mexico & Confession & New Mexico)  ibid.    

 

 

127,446.  My name is Emmit Stussy.  I wanna confess.  (Gangstas: Minnesota & Minnesota & Confession)  Fargo s3e8: Who Rules the Land of Denial? Netflix 2017      

 

 

130,808.  Can you please tell me what’s going to happen to me? … I already confessed.  (Murder & Confession)  The Sinner s1e1, Netflix 2017, her to rozzers

 

 

 

131,579.  The confession was king and police were a law unto themselves.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  Catching Britain’s Killers: The Crimes that Changed Us III ***** introduction 

 

131,580.  A miscarriage of justice so shocking it exposes the dark secrets of the police interrogation room and transforms the rights of us all.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,581.  ‘Establishing time of death is terribly important: it is absolutely vital to get it right or the wrong people could finish up begin conviction.’  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  Dr Cameron

 

131,582.  Radio Times: After the body of Maxwell Confait was found in his south London bedsit in April 1972, three boys were quickly arrested and questioned.  Confait had been strangled, and the trio – Colin Lattimore (18) who had learning difficulties, Ronnie Leighton, 15, and Ahmet Salih, 14 – confessed their supposed involvement to police.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,583.  In the early 1970s the questioning of a suspect often took place in a cellblock, and with no independent witness, the only version of what was said came from the police themselves.  The three boys were taken to Lewisham police station.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,584.  All three boys were being tried for arson, but Colin and Ronnie were also standing trial for the murder.  They all pleaded their not guilty and protested their innocence.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Justice & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,585.  ‘The confession had been obtained under threats, duress without strong strong evidence … The police behaved badly.’  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  brief  

 

131,586.  ‘Colin’s alibi was absolutely superb.’  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,587.  Life sentences with no time limit.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Rights & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,588.  The Fisher Inquiry set out to discover how the boys could have confessed to something they didn’t do.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,589.  ‘The police were absolutely hostile to being with.’  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  Justice lady  

 

131,590.  New evidence emerged January 1980: a prison inmate was overheard discussing his and another inmate’s involvement in the crime.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  

 

131,591.  ‘One of the most serious miscarriages of justice in legal history.’  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Miscarriage of Justice: Lattimore et al & Justice & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  BBC news  

131,592.  The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984: Pace.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Miller et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  BBC news  

 

131,593.  The police culture of a previous era persisted.  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Miller et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  BBC news  

 

131,594.  Four years after Pace, a case in Cardiff would publicly expose the dangers of a police service that still chased confessions.  On Valentine’s Day 1988 20 year old Lynette White was found stabbed to death in her flat in Butetown near the Cardiff docks.  10 months later her ex-partner Stephen Miller was arrested on suspicion of murder and questioned at Cardiff police station.  After five days of interrogation he confessed to Lynette White’s murder … At his trial Miller was found guilty of murder along with two other men both implicated by his taped confession … ‘They’ve become known as the Cardiff 3: serving a prison sentence for life for a murder they say they didn’t commit.’  (Kill & Police & Justice & Miscarriage of Justice & Miscarriage of Justice: Miller et al & Rights & Civil Liberties & Arrest & Confession & Murder: Confait & Law)  ibid.  television news