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Shaggy defense

Die Shaggy Defense benutzt man vor Gericht in dem man einfach immer wieder beteuert “War ich nicht”, egal welche Beweise es gibt. Der Name kommt von einem Lied des K√ľnstlers Shaggy “it wasn’t me”.

A Shaggy defense is the name given to a legal strategy in which the defendant flatly denies guilt in the face of overwhelming evidence against them, particularly a recording of them committing the act, just by denying that they were the one witnessed or recorded committing the act.

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