“In the first debriefing, she remembered the incident as a fistfight between her and another girl. In the second, she remembered having thrown a small rock at her adversary after the girl uttered a slur. By the third debriefing, the rock had grown to the size of her fist and she had hurled it at the girl’s face.” The New Yorker’s Douglas Starr on studies that explain how you can remember a crime you didn’t commit.