Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Hotel Maid Admits Lying, saying 'I wasn't under oath' and See My Post Where I Said She Was Lying

The hotel maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of rape rolled around on the floor hysterically crying when confronted about a web of lies she is said to have told to have him arrested. 

As the Manhattan district attorney's office asked a judge to drop the sexual assault case against the former International Monetary Fund chief, it emerged accuser Nafissatou Diallo finally admitted to her deception, simply telling prosecutors: 'I wasn't under oath'.  

In a stunning turnaround, Strauss-Kahn is now almost certain to be released today in court, leaving him free to return to France and even run for the country's presidency.

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See my comments, Maid Speaks Out and how I saw she was lying about the sexual encounter...weeks ago.


Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Justin Bieber's Body Language from CJBAXXTER

Okay, I'll admit it... I'm doing this so my kids tweet my site.

There is something here. Something ground breaking in the world of deception; something people who study deception and interrogations will want to know about... Ironic and true statements. I've watched hundreds, if not thousands, of hours of interviews and interrogations and my biggest contribution to the field of study is this- THERE USUALLY IS A GLARING HOTSPOT REVEALED WHEN THE SUBJECT SAYS SOMETHING THAT IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE AND IRONIC...IF THEY ARE GUILTY!

I've heard husbands of missing spouses, that supposedly ran off with another man, truthfully say, "I hope I never see her again."

In this interview there is a series of questions about Justin dating girls, notice his choice of words... to me is was obvious he was walking a tightrope and that is all I'm going to say.

Remember when even our music was simpler? On a semi related note (music), they are doing a remake of the Footloose movie. I can remember hearing every song from the soundtrack on the radio, over and over again when I was in high school. The number one song, that I heard over and over again was Deniece Williams song, "Let's Hear It for the Boy."◦

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Body Language Of Politicians: Don Khiury

Part One

Part Two


Tuesday, August 16, 2011

NPR: Next in Line For The TSA? A Thorough 'Chat Down'


Monday, August 15, 2011

Forensic linguistics expert Dr. Robert Leonard on ID Discovery


Sunday, August 14, 2011

An Article You Should Check Out: False confessions: Silence is golden | The Economist

False confessions: Silence is golden The Economist


Thursday, August 11, 2011

The New Tiger Woods: Stressed When Playing Golf

When have we've seen Tiger Woods on the golf course not relaxed?  See the slight pursed lips, this equals some stress; in the old days we'd see a relaxed Tiger with a slight smile most of the time (except for immediately after missing a birdie or eagle putt- and then he only allow himself to be down for seconds).  Until he gets his mind straight, he will not get his golf game straight...◦

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Joe Navarro on CBS: Body Language that Gets Results

Joe Navarro is a 25 year veteran of the FBI where he served on the National Security Division's Behavioral Analysis Program. He is on the adjunct faculty at Saint Leo University and the Institute for Intergovernmental Research where he teaches nonverbal communications. For 35 years he has been teaching and utilizing the study of nonverbal communications as well as its practical applications in everyday use and in forensic settings. He has lectured throughout the world including Wayne State University School of Medicine and at the Baylor College of Medicine - Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in Houston, Texas. Mr. Navarro brings together his academic background, scientific research, and practical experience catching spies to the art of observing and interpreting human behavior. Mr. Navarro is also the author of: Advanced Interviewing Techniques: Proven Strategies for Law Enforcement, Military, and Security Personnel; Hunting Terrorists: A Look at the Psychopathology of Terror; Phil Hellmuth Presents Read 'Em and Reap: A Career FBI Agent's Guide to Decoding Poker Tells; What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People, and his most recent book, Louder Than Words: Take Your Career from Average to Exceptional with the Hidden Power of Nonverbal Intelligence.

Monday, August 8, 2011

New TV Series Outlines Sound Interrogation Principles

Take the Money and Run, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, premiered on ABC Tuesday night. The show, which airs for six weeks, centers around several couples as they attempt to complete the perfect crime. Two hiders are given a briefcase containing $100,000 and an hour to hide it in a major city. Then two detectives and two interrogators spend the rest of the show trying to find it.

Watch the full show:

A hundred thousand dollars can make for a high stakes situation, which is necessary for the leakage of deception signals, but it is still a reality show so I didn't expect much... I was pleasantly surprised how it not only mimiced real life interviews and people breaking, but it showed quality interrogation techniques.

Take a look at the following clip: see how the detectives get information; see how they do not react to the location, see how they offer freedom, watch the struggle of the suspect (struggling with shame at breaking vs freedom and the pressure, and also notice how he wants to please them)...


Sunday, August 7, 2011

TSA Deploying Sophisticated Israeli-Style Behavioral Screening

“Too much on technology,” says George Naccara, TSA’s director at Logan International Airport who is now turning to human screening techniques at the gate.


Thursday, August 4, 2011

11-year-old Celina Cass Body Found: Step Father's Truck Being Analysed for Evidence

Police investigating the suspicious death of 11-year-old Celina Cass focused on the fifth grader's home today, taking a truck that neighbors said was driven by the girl's stepfather.

Read how I saw some signs it could be the stepfather days after she was missing and the body had not been found, FBI Search for N.H. Girl: What I See.


VoicePrism Software: Voice-Fluctuation Technology Shows Feelings

This company closes the gap between what someone actually feels and what the person says using voice-fluctuation technology.