This is not conclusive or even all that probative of much of anything, but at least in my experience this is the kind of thing innocent people say:
The only thing I can do is testify to what happened to me. You don’t have to believe me, but believe that it happens to other people. Until people realise that, they’re not going to believe me, so all I can do is say what happened and show who I am and hope that that’s enough.”
Some people rise to the occasion of the unspeakable misfortune of being wrongfully accused. Or worse, wrongfully convicted, imprisoned, etc.
It takes strength of character to formulate an argument where you acknowledge other people’s misfortunes before your own.