errors of impunity
Errors of impunity. … If convicting an innocent person, called a miscarriage of justice, is a Type I error for falsely identifying culpability (a “false positive”), then an error of impunity would be a Type II error of failing to find a culpable person guilty (a “false negative”).
Other types that come to mind are, by accident, and 2, deliberate, and so, not by accident.
For instance, a police officer issues a ticket on the side of the road, and gets hit by a passerby in car, which kills him or wounds him to death.
That is an error of impunity by accident and the person committing the killing is not guilty, and he is also not guilty of capital murder, capital crime, and deserving of capital punishment.
Case 2, a judge or legal authority (system) refuses to prosecute crimes, some , maybe, organized crime. They do so deliberately, and perhaps even scheme to get money from the victim.
Case 3, as case 2 above, but on top of the refusal to charge criminal, the Type II victim is also victim of Type I, and the charge and conviction from type 1 is the same as the charge and conviction refused in type 2.
Some acts of war are worst.
You might want to add additional pertinent details to help make more sense from your first statement without reference to specific posts or events…
If all else fails, you can post about it outside of the forums.
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