Nope, not how the law works. You (and many others) seem to mix up what is allowed as
as evidence and whats needed to be convicted of a crime (in a criminal case).
Evidence can be anything as long it is objective and rational, but to be convicted for a
crime the prosecutor must both prove that the prosecuted have done the crime and had
intent to do it.
And now something completly different:
For those who are bored and have nothing to do, search for "Dunning Kruger effect", specially
about cat 1 people there.
thats just simply not true. why else would tons of people get convicted for tax evasion? i doubt that most of them are tax consultants that know what they were doing. or how comes people get in jail for accidentally killing someone? accidental means they didnt intent to do it but they still killed him and get punished for it.
all you are trying to do is get away with it yourself. thats what it looks like.
i dont know one single country on earth where you can only be punished if you intended to do it. that simply doesnt exist.
doing something intentionally just increases the severity of your punishment.