Chapter 11 on denial and acceptance in Kathryn Schulz's book Being Wrong is
one of the most gripping that we've read so far. She shares a story
about a woman who falsely identified her attacker only to learn many
years later that she was responsible for sending the wrong man to jail.
What aspects of the story, and more specifically, what aspect concerning
the processes of denial or acceptance of error was most compelling or
notable to you? Why or how so?