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Police have released the 911 call that Katelyn Markham's fiancee placed to report her missing.
Markham, 22, of Fairfield, has been missing since Saturday when she didn't show up for work.
A link to an interview with the fiancee, here.
A link to another interview with the fiancee, here.
I did not see too much, they only odd thing was on the 911 call where he draws attention to a group of people and some event...
He does say NEVER a great deal.
Dupers delight in the second video.
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I have noticed two things that are HOT SPOTS:
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Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, says he has offered to take a lie detector test, but that police say that's not necessary.
Here is an update video...
This one is going to be solved with police work, developing time lines, tracking cell phones, and establishing inconsistencies in their many statements.
There are several slips in their statements, at one point in one of the videos she says, "we woke up" but he was at work, right? Old fashion police work will include making sure there was no deviation from his normal work schedule (was he late or did he leave early).
At least one of the cell phone was new, she states she was transferring the numbers.
What is odd is she is showing true emotion in the video- she really misses the child. Was this the case where the infant died because she feel out of her crib, or was suffocated by accident because she was sleeping in bed with her mom? and one parent or both parents made up a story so they would not be charged with manslaughter?!?!
If it was a infant stranger abduction (which is is appearing it was not) in 95% of the cases the infant is eventually returned to the parents.
Like I said, this is one of those cases where it very difficult to get a read from the videos; but rest assured the police have hours of interview videos and have a clearer idea of what occurred.
On an aside, I did notice a change in the reporter's word choice as the story developed. Words like 'alleged' abduction was how it was being referenced.◦
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These two videos are some of the toughest videos I have analyzed.
The parents of a 10-month-old girl who was apparently snatched from her crib said Thursday that they frantically searched their Kansas City home for any sign of her but found only an open window, an unlocked front door and house lights blazing.
They speak freely about the events that puts them in the spotlight. The mom shows true emotions in both interviews. You can see stress in in his brows and forehead. I have watched 3 different interviews -several times- and my assessment is they had nothing to do with the kidnapping of the 10-month-old.
Those who follow the deception field may notice a few things (that are very subtle and extremely small, i.e. slight mixing of the verb tense, differing stories, prop holding, looking down) and think they are seeing a hot spot- this is why I reviewed the videos many times- and I believe they are not true hot spots, and what we are seeing is a couple average people reacting to the stress of the events.◦
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Raw Video: Lisa's parents describe panic after baby disappeared: Missing 10 month-old Lisa Irwin's parents spoke in-depth Thursday morning about their daughter. They described the first few moments when they discovered the little girl missing from her crib inside the home on the 3600 block of North Lister Ave.◦
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The Sarasota County (Florida) Sheriff's Office is wrapping up its investigation of the youth football brawl that was captured on videotape last weekend, and expects to announce any charges on Friday.
The investigation has centered on four suspects who took part in the melee; sheriff's Col. Steve Burns says all four of them have provided statements to law enforcement and are "cooperating."
The video shows that aggressors in the fight were mainly coaches and players from the Sarasota Gators football team.
The coach of the other team on the field Saturday, Mike Cody of the North Port Husky's, on Thursday called it a "very disgraceful display of coaching and mentoring to young men and women," the worst he has seen in 24 years of coaching.◦
I also have a couple of warnings: (1) Don't read people and tell people what you're seeing in them. People hate it- and you become instantly creepy; (2) Be careful, if all of a sudden you are looking at everything more clearly you can become super sensitive. This can be very dangerous to yourself and all of your relationships. Recognize if at least 70% of our communication is not the words that are used- all of a sudden you could be seeing 3 times more information it can be scary- so chill out a little.
Starting to Learn: With a little investment of money and many hours of study you to will see the world differently.
Get a good body language book. I can recommend this book because it covers all the bases.
Practice, Practice, Practice. I find airports and sandwich shops (on weekday lunches) are the best places to read people. There always a electic mix of people- sometimes they are there for business, other times it is catching up with friends. Do it at least once a week, if not more. Go to parties and different events to expose yourself to different reads, notice the differences. Learn.
Get advanced micro expression training at Humintell. Get certified in microexpressions, then do it until you get a perfect score. There is no sense learning to recognize what is going on but getting it wrong. Once your perfect, keep up your skills to maintain your score by going back every so often.
Get yourself a good pair of dark or mirrored sunglasses because when you are outside you do not want to be caught starring at someone, and then stare at everyone. Think Secret Service.
The best book on lying I have come across for the non professional is this one. Memorize it. Read and skim it every so often. If you know and understand the concepts presented in this book, it is like you’ve been working as a police detective for 20+ years.
Get Subtle Expression Recognition Training at Humintell. This training examines how the core emotions can be shown on only part of the face. They occur when an emotion is first beginning. They also occur when someone is trying to suppress any sign of how they are feeling. Recognizing true feelings is important to the craft.
Detecting Deception Through Statement Analysis
People's words betray their true thoughts, and they will provide you with more information than they realize. This book will show you what to look for in verbal and written statements to determine if they are telling the truth. If you are a fan of "Lie to Me" the stuff in this book is their secret weapon that they never explain the science of, but use in every episode.
More books. These I can recommend because they are really interesting. Sure they will cover some of the concepts you already learned from the first body language book, but they have something to add, and it becomes a refresher now that you have some experience under your belt.
Step 9 (Become Advanced):
Branch out. Get more technical books. Read FBI profiler books. Check out some NLP stuff. Watch the news show that feature interrogations like 48 hours and Dateline. Watch some reality shows like the Bachelor. Read scientific articles on the latest research in the area. Play poker. Offer to interview candidates for job openings at work. Watch the news. Pay attention in meetings. Sell something to someone. Watch Lie to Me and some of the non technical crime shows are pretty good. Meet someone at a meeting or social setting. Make sure your family and friends know you care about them by using what you learned here to show them.
Some of the other items in my tool kit are:
I buy my books in pdf format, that way I can search across all the pdfs with Adobe Reader. I also have a pdf print driver so if I see something on the web I print it to a pdf file and it is part of my library. I probably have twenty books and hundreds of articles that I have collected over the years.
I have a Namesysco voice stress analyzer. It is a powerful tool but it is only one tool in the whole toolbox.
I also have several programs that help me analyze written copy.
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