The Unz Review:ㅤCoincidence or Conspiracy: What Are the Odds?, by Kevin Barrett

A man takes out a lavish, grossly excessive insurance policy on his wife. The next day she keels over dead. Which hypothesis should guide the detective assigned to the case? (A) It’s probably just a coincidence, no need to investigate. (B) There’s a significant probability of foul play, so the husband should be considered a suspect, at least until a thorough investigation definitively clears him. Intuitively, most of us k now that the correct answer