Pursuant to Australian law a reasonable person, (logically thinking) doesn’t question a claimed outcome unfamiliar to themselves and rule it out based on their own experiences. To understand if the claimed outcome was indeed probable or not, the locally thinking person examines the steps that relate to an outcome in relation to each other and in reflection of the presiding law and any custom. However, a logically thinking person’s decisions are not influenced by any custom. Whether an irrational or illogically thinking person is also a sane person is a matter for public debate. Personally, I’m of the opinion they a person why lacks the capacity of both compassion in action and logical deduction is not a sane person.
Example: Or put another way, when a person or group (let’s call them a family or country) aids any other from another group, (family or country) despite that people from their own group, (family or country) are in dire straits and need their help but they ignore their own group, (family or country) then that’s NOT a sane person or group of people. As either they only act to help the outsiders for expectation of the rewards they will get, usually politically or financial; or they’ve been brainwashed.
Just because you've never experienced something
doesn't mean it’s not likely to be true.