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Post by dgcnnn » Tue Mar 01, 2016 11:44 pm

I'm stumped with this question, can someone help?

A man is reported to be continually suffering from loss of consciousness/fainting. He denies this accusation. He is then asked to provide contemporaneous confirmatory evidence to support his statement.

What is the man being asked to provide?

1). Evidence that the alleged previous loss of consciousness did not take place
2). Evidence that the likelihood of him fainting in the near future is not forseeable

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Post by knowable » Thu Mar 03, 2016 2:29 pm

I would say 1. is the correct answer. The only statement we can say he made is in denying the accusation.


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