I assume MPSIMS is the place for expressing general opinions. If I am wrong, someone please correct me.
I think ARICEPT® should be used as a crime-fighting tool. Aricept is used for Alzheimer’s disease. But as I understand it, its effect goes much further than just that. Aricept literally improves your memory and recall. So thus it would be an excellent way, I think, to help crime victims and witnesses recall exactly what they saw. And unlike hypnosis, the recall improvement that they would experience would be totally objective as opposed to the sometimes subjective effects hypnosis has.
If you take the time to read my post, please feel free to give me your opinions. I also would value the input from law enforcement and medical people. I am very serious when I offer this as input. I think the sometimes subjective and unreliable evidence things like hypnosis and lie detectors provide is a hinderance to crime prevention (and Aricept-derived evidence would probably be admissible in court too, I’m sure).
(And if you are a moderator and I have put this in the wrong section of the boards, please tell me the correct place for future reference.)