hating people for being innocent


Now here's a weird quirk in human psychology. A person has been accused of fraudulent dealings. The accused and the accuser are close family. Later it turns out that the accusation was without grounds. Yet instead of making good and apologizing for the wrong accusation, what happens? The former accuser has been proven wrong, and thus now holds a grudge for being proven wrong. This leads to the upside down situation of the formerly accused - who has actually been done WRONG by being accused in the first place - AGAIN becomes the 'wrong doer' in the eyes of the former accuser. PEOPLE!


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