Thursday, June 2, 2011

Casey Anthony Trial- Police Interview at Universal Studios Reveals Undisclosed Clues to What Happened

Listen to the full interview.  Get beyond the lies, ignore the pressure and what the investigator are saying (beyond the main assertion(s)), and and listen closely to her statements and it is clear to me:

  • She did not dispose of the body, she is very clear about last seeing her across the street from her boyfriends residence. 
  • She is clear she doesn't know where her daughter is currently located (at the time of the interview).
  • Whenever she is asked what happened, she avoids the questions by saying that she doesn't know where she is- where they are really asking how did she die.
  • She let's it slip that she is scared of who disposed of the body (if you believe the first bullet).
  • It is clear when she is reaching for a plausible explanation like,  why she wanted to come to Universal (distribute pictures) and getting a call from her daughter yesterday.
  • Ignore any statements Casey makes where she goes on and feels comfortable enough to speak at length about any subject; when she is under stress she gets frustrated and responds in one sentence- simple responses- while under pressure she is unlike some liars where they feel they need to explain the lies further- this is a big sign to her personality and her belief she can manipulate others. Towards the end of the interview, she lies freely and speaks at length when asked a question, this is opposite of how she reacts when she is not under pressure.
  • "I'm never going to be able to forgive myself" is the truth
Hindsight is twenty-twenty... but the investigator makes the mistake of saying, "everything you tell us is a lie"  which is NEVER the case, people tell half truths, people when deceitful will attempt to make up a lie that is as close as possible to the truth.  

You can also tell a great deal about a defendant by the way the attorneys interact with them (including guilt and innocence),  I would suggest checking in at 8:50 in the morning when she is brought into the courtroom.



Drew said...

So are you agreeing with the defense team? From watching her jail chats with her parents (also on youtube), it seems pretty clear to me that the father didn't know what happened.

John said...

I agree with both teams... but I don't think either is presenting what actually happened.

I believe someone else buried the body, and it is likely that it was the boyfriend based on her statements concerning when she last saw her (next to her boyfriends residence) and in the jailhouse recordings you see the relationship with her boyfriend change- she keeps mentioning him and then there is a time- after she knows he is not coming forward or being considered as an accomplice- where she begins distance herself from him by saying that she doesn't know if she can trust him- when in fact, I believe she is trusting him more than anyone else.

I believe her daughter's body was in her trunk for a very long time, and this is a common hiding place for a body for people who do not know what to do with the body...

I also believe it is very easy to tell when she is lying, and when she is saying things she thinks others want to hear.

I don't know if it was an accident, or murder... but either way Casey made serious mistakes, told countless lies to cover up the truth, is likely a sociopath.